Your employer might have an established procedure for reporting workplace accidents. The following information from the legal team at Kenton Koszdin Law Firm provides recommendations on what to include and avoid while submitting a report.

It’s important to be cautious of certain actions that could affect your workers’ compensation claim after a workplace accident. Discover the activities to avoid during the claim process, such as seeking secondary employment or missing medical appointments. Explore the article for more information and guidance on protecting your claim.

Did Another Company’s Employee Cause Your Work Injuries?

By Kenton Koszdin Law Office on April 3, 2023
In Blogs

You could get injured at work because of someone who is not your employer or your co-worker but is a third-party worker. What is a third-party entity? All workers or employees who are not part of your company are third-party workers.

Worker’s Compensation and Insurance Bad Faith

By Kenton Koszdin Law Office on January 31, 2023
In Blogs

If your workers’ compensation claim is denied, it may be due to insurance bad faith. Learn about the challenges of the filing process and how bad faith can impact your claim.

How Often Are Workers’ Compensation Claims Denied?

By Kenton Koszdin Law Office on January 17, 2023
In Workers Compensation

Did you know a significant number of workers’ compensation claims are denied in the first go? Many may get approved in the appeal stage. Having an experienced workers’ compensation lawyer by your side can greatly improve your chances of an approved claim. What are some of the common reasons for claim denials? Your injury/condition falls… Read More

Why Do Employers Fight Workers’ Compensation Claims?

By Kenton Koszdin Law Office on November 29, 2022
In Blogs

Work-related accidents can result in serious injuries, and if you’re injured while on the job, you may be eligible to file a workers’ compensation claim. Discover the benefits you might be eligible for, including reimbursement for medical expenses, lost salary, permanent benefits, and vocational rehabilitation.

It is not unusual for a company to fire or lay off an injured employee who is on workers’ compensation. Although it is morally questionable, and against the law, for a company to fire an employee seeking workers’ compensation benefits, such cases do happen.

According to Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), workplace violence is now the third leading cause of fatal work injuries in the United States.

Can Carelessness Get Your Claim Rejected?

By Kenton Koszdin on November 30, 2021
In Blogs

Regardless of the preventive measures taken, accidents can still take place. It is our responsibility to keep ourselves safe.

If you sustained an injury at your job, you are eligible for Workers’ Compensation. Unfortunately, many issues can occur when you attempt to ensure that you get the help you need.

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