If you’ve been injured at work, you may be entitled to full compensation. This compensation can reach tens of thousands of dollars and may pay for medical treatment for your injuries as well as wages for any work you missed.

 

Regardless of the type of job you may have there is always a possibility of suffering the unfortunate incident of some kind of work-related injury. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, roughly more than 4.1 million people in the United States suffer a workplace injury or occupational diseases each year. If you or a loved one have been hurt at work and sustained an injury while on the job, you may qualify for workers’ compensation benefits.

 

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Compensation covers three aspects of an injury. First, it covers medical bills that result from treatment of the injury. The second aspect of workers’ compensation pay is for recovery costs. Once the initial injury is diagnosed and treated, the worker’s bills will be paid as they recover until they are released by the doctor and the case is closed. The third aspect of payment is for partial wages while the person is off from work. Workers’ compensation pays a portion of the worker’s wages until they are able to return to work.

 

Types of Disabilities

Some injuries are more serious and require a longer period of recovery. Some may even be permanent and affect the person’s ability to return to work at their present job or in a new capacity. A permanent partial disability may be declared if the injury is permanent but does not prevent the person from ever holding a job in the future.

 

As a worker, you are often at a disadvantage in a workers’ compensation case. You may be restricted on the kinds of treatment you receive and even what doctor you see. It can be difficult to determine how much compensation you are entitled to based on your injury. However, an attorney can determine the amount of compensation you should receive based on the rating of your injury. 

 

Some of the cases that can be included in Workers’ compensation:

  • Car, truck & work vehicle injuries
  • Heavy machinery accidents
  • Factory injuries
  • Fork lift accident
  • Slip and falls at work
  • Cuts and lacerations
  • Broken bones
  • Electrocution issues
  • Machine injuries
  • Repetitive stress, joint and nerve injuries
  • Burn at work incidents
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Back problems
  • Serious concussion
  • Lifting injuries
  • Construction accidents
  • Exposure to fumes or dangerous chemicals
  • Farming accidents
  • Wrongful death
  • Illness related to job stress
  • Pregnancy discrimination
  • Loss of function of senses, including eyesight, motor control or hearing
  • Violence in the workplace
  • PTSD
  • Mental condition issues

 

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