workers compensation

18
Aug

What Does Workers’ Compensation Insurance Pay If You Leave a Job?

In most states, employers need to have workers’ compensation insurance. This program facilitates compensation for employees who get injured or fall ill while working for their employer. Whether you’re injured in the office or field, you’re entitled to workers’ comp benefits so long as your suffering or loss resulted from an on-the-job incident. However, as discussed below, you may miss

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13
May

How Can You Maximize Your Workers’ Comp Settlement

Winning your workers’ compensation claim becomes much easier when you are fully prepared. Before you file your claim, make sure that you have fully prepared your case. There are several things you can do to ensure that your case has a successful outcome. You will also be able to maximize your settlement to ensure you have everything you need. Make

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8
Apr

All You Need to Know About Filing Workers’ Compensation Claims

Injuries can happen unannounced at your workplace. If one of your employees gets injured, they have the right to file a claim. This guide will outline the time frame for managing workers’ compensation claims. Keep in mind that the timeline involved in handling a workers’ compensation claim process varies according to each state. The onus is often on employers to

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25
Apr

Preventing Restaurant Employee Injuries

Working in a fast-paced industry such as hospitality can subject employees to numerous safety risks. From slips and falls to cutting themselves, there is no shortage of opportunity to become injured. However, with the proper safety and wellness program in place, combined with the best Restaurant Workers’ Compensation Insurance, your client’s business is bound to thrive. Here are some helpful

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