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    Why Do Employers Fight Workers’ Compensation Claims?

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

    Accidents at work can result in serious injuries. You might be qualified to file a workers’ compensation claim for benefits if you suffer an injury while performing your job duties. The nature and severity of your injuries will determine what benefits you may be eligible for, some of which are as follows: Reimbursement for medical… Read More

    How Often Do Workers’ Compensation Cases Go to Trial?

    By Kenton Koszdin Law Office on October 17, 2022
    In Blogs

    Workers’ compensation is a federal program that aims to protect the rights of both the employee who got injured at work and the employer from various damages and personal injury lawsuits. Its purpose is to help the injured against the piling medical bills and compensate for the loss of wages due to absence from work…. Read More

    Are Heart Attacks at Work Covered by Workers’ Compensation?

    By Kenton Koszdin Law Office on August 16, 2022
    In Blogs

    Heart diseases can happen anywhere and at any moment, even at work. Sadly, workers’ compensation may not always provide coverage for heart attacks at work. Knowing how workers’ compensation works and what kind of injuries are covered,  it is extremely crucial given how quickly America’s workforce is aging.

    What to Say to Your Workers Compensation Doctor

    By Kenton Koszdin Law Office on August 2, 2022
    In Blogs

    While you may seek medical attention for an injury or illness from a physician recommended by your employer (or its insurance company), know that you have the right to choose your own doctor for treatment if you want to qualify for workers’ compensation benefits. Knowing what to say (and what not to say) to a workers’ compensation doctor can help ensure injured workers protect their rights to compensation.

    Workers’ compensation is a no-fault system i.e. benefits are paid regardless of who is to blame for the injury. The objective of this system is to make up for the difficulties and hardships that the wounded workers experience. Several injuries, however, are not covered by workers’ compensation.

    Workplace injuries occur more frequently than you might imagine. A well-seasoned and trusted attorney might be the difference between you obtaining fair and full compensation or not.

    Have you been injured at work? Is your injury the cause of your inability to continue working? Are your medical bills and other expenses piling up? Don’t stress, but use this break to file your worker’s compensation case. Before you jump into filing your application, here are a few important tips to keep in mind: Report your injury… Read More

    It is not unusual for a company to fire or lay off an injured employee who is on workers’ compensation. Medical bills piling up, and the uncertainty of facing a complete loss of income, then looms over the now unemployed individual. Although it is morally questionable, and against the law, for a company to fire… Read More

    Most states cover workers’ compensation for workplace injuries and incidents, but does it cover injuries or damages caused due to workplace violence? What is Workplace Violence? From physical to emotional violence, workplace violence covers a large spectrum. It may start as acts of intimidation or verbal threats and spiral to a full-on physical attack. According… Read More

    Can Carelessness Get Your Claim Rejected?

    By Kenton Koszdin on November 30, 2021
    In Blogs

    Most workplaces have a health, safety, and environment department that makes workplaces as accident-proof as reasonably possible. However, regardless of the preventive measures taken, accidents can still take place. It is our responsibility to keep ourselves safe and ensure the safety of other employees working with us.   Sometimes carelessness can also lead to workplace… Read More

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