IMPORTANT WORK INJURY INFORMATION EVERYONE SHOULD KNOW
Workers' Compensation/Employment Injuries provide certain benefits to workers who are injured or exposed to occupational diseases during the course of their employment even if said exposure takes years to injure you.
The Benefits available to Injured Workers include the following:
All treatment that is deemed reasonable, necessary and proper. You are also entitled to reimbursement for mileage and prescriptions
TEMPORARY TOTAL- PARTIAL DISABILITY
You are entitled to receive weekly monetary payments based on a percentage of your average weekly wages including overtime or second jobs.
You are entitled to receive weekly monetary payments based on a higher percentage of your average weekly wages including overtime or second jobs.
LOSS OF FUNCTION- DISFIGUREMENT
You are entitled to certain monetary payments dependent on the extent of your loss of function and disfigurement
You are entitled to assistance in finding other employment if you can not return to your former job. You also may be entitled to a retraining program to enable you to return to some other type of gainful employment
You are entitled to certain benefits if you are a dependant of an employee who has died The above benefits are only representative of what you may be entitled to It is important to seek out an attorney who will explain the process and answer your questions
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