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I Hurt My Back on the Job – Is that Workers’ Compensation?

Worker's Compensation And Back Injuries  Hurting your back on the job if you work in a warehouse, factory, construction site, shipping and receiving, logistics, or retail is a very real possibility as most of the jobs in these places of employment involve heavy lifting.  The part of the body that people are most vulnerable to injuring on the job in…

Workers Compensation and Third Party Claims

Third-Party Liability in Worker's Compensation Cases If you are injured on the job, and your claim is accepted by your self-insured company, or your company’s workers’ compensation carrier, your employer is responsible for paying your medicals bills, time out of work, and possibly compensation for a permanent injury.  Of course, they are not doing all of these things because of…

Can a Manager File For Workers Compensation?

Managers and Supervisors Get Hurt on the Job Too! In many companies, managers and supervisors have their compensation and bonus structure tied to the amount of accidents that occur on the job on their watch.  So naturally, these managers and supervisors will often discourage their charges from making workers’ compensation claims.  At the very least, they will try to avoid being the…

If You Get Hurt On The Job Do You Need An Attorney?

Perception is Reality How an employee is perceived by management, and the company in general, sometimes plays a role in how the employee will be treated in his or her workers’ compensation case. Right or wrong, the perception of the injured worker, and the level of dedication, or lack thereof, they bring to the job can affect whether the case…