What You Need to Know About Injured Workers’ Rehabilitation Rights
An injured worker has legal rights. These include medical treatment and disability benefits for injured workers. You can return to the same job or a similar one.
5 Things You Need to Know about Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Workers’ Comp
Workers’ comp may cover PTSD. Some facts about the claims process are important to know. This blog article discusses PTSD and workers’ comp.
8 Steps To appealing A denial of workers’ compensation claim In California
Workers’ compensation is supposed to compensate persons who have missed work due to a job-related injury. Sometimes things go wrong, and you must fight back. In this article, we’ll discuss how to appeal a California Workers’ Compensation Board claim denial.
Occupational Injuries that lead to California Workers’ Compensation Claims
Employers or insurers provide workers’ compensation benefits for on-the-job injuries. Occupational injury claims are usually for long-term injuries. Cancer and RSI can lead to a lawsuit if they develop from a work accident.
Workers’ Compensation Death Benefits: How They Work And Who Gets Them?
When a worker dies due to a work-related injury or illness, their surviving family members may be eligible for workers’ compensation death benefits.
What Do You Need To Know About Workers’ Comp Lump-Sum Settlements Under California Law?
When a lump-sum workers’ compensation settlement is granted, it’s usually because the injured worker’s circumstances have changed.
4 types of workers’ comp benefits: what they are and how they are paid?
There are four main types of benefits of workers’ compensation: medical benefits, income benefits, death benefits, and vocational rehabilitation benefits.
A Subsequent Injury Benefits Trust Fund: What You Need To Know?
If you are injured on the job, contact your employer immediately to find out if they have a subsequent injury benefits trust fund (SIBTF).
How California’s Workers’ Comp System Can Really Hurt The Workers?
In some cases, it hurts the workforce more than it helps. It hurts workers more than it helps them most of the time.
What Should You Do If Your Employer Fails To Report Your Work Injury?
Unexpected injuries at work can leave you unsure about what to do next. Informing your boss about the injury should be your initial action.