Legal Advice for “Workers Comp Settlement” — 711 results
Written by attorney Michael Hoffmann, over 2 years ago.
Q: Is there any set period of time a worker must be employed before being eligible to receive Iowa worker's compensation benefits for a work injury?
A: No, if the employee would otherwise... more
Written by attorney Douglas M Larsen, over 2 years ago.
My closet contains four pairs of shoes. I have two pair for work (black and brown), one for casual events, and a pair of tennis shoes. In contrast, my wife has lots of shoes. So do my... more
Written by attorney Marc Stookal, over 2 years ago.
Some of the most common questions are answered.
Written by attorney Dominic Braus, almost 3 years ago.
The federal Workers Compensation Act and state statutes provide benefits to employees. Under most statutes, employers are required to carry workers compensation insurance for employees to... more
Written by attorney Carolina Schottland, almost 3 years ago.
If you are hurt at work you should
1) tell your supervisor or boss immediately
2) seek treatment and tell your treatment provider how you were injured
3) communicate any restrictions to... more
Written by attorney Benjamin Heimerl, about 3 years ago.
After being injured or developing an illness while on the job you will likely need to go through the process of filing a workers compensation claim. In this way, you will be able to better... more
Written by attorney Robert P. Frantz, about 3 years ago.
Q:I have limited money, can I hire you?
A: YES . Our advice is free. Our consultation is free. There is no attorneys fee to take your case. We only get paid when we win, and we proudly... more
Written by attorney Brent Sumner, over 3 years ago.
Unfortunately, there is not yet a way to securely avoid accidents from happening. There is also not yet a way to avoid personal injuries caused by these accidents. However, there is... more
Written by attorney Andrew Neuwelt, over 3 years ago.
Recently, an injured employee from Miami, Florida called seeking advice about an injury she suffered in Broward County, Florida. After speaking with this very nice woman for a few minutes,... more
Written by attorney Lisa L. Lanier, over 3 years ago.
The most dangerous jobs in America are performed by immigrant workers, many of them Hispanic. Sadly, many employers try to avoid paying workers compensation benefits when the worker is not... more
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