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 be covered... more
Lost wages for workers compensation are based on the average monthly wage of the injured worker. The employers insurance carrier calculates the average monthly wage of the claimant and then the... more
When an injury has been reported to the employer, the workers compensation insurance company usually jumps into action. As discussed in some of our other topics, they will typically contact the... more
In order to be eligible to collect workers compensation benefits in Illinois, you must be an employee who has suffered an injury arising out of and in the course of your employment.. So the very... more
Arizona law recognizes two types of permanent injuries: (i) scheduled; and (ii) unscheduled.
A scheduled injury includes permanent work related injuries that involve a part of the body such as the... more
Any injury suffered while at work should be reported. You should never feel like you should wait to see if the seriousness of the injury changes or feel like it should not be reported because the... more