Delayed Reporting And Workers' Compensation: What To Know

Posted on: 12 May 2022
Some workers are reluctant to admit that they have hurt themselves at work. They may not want to cause problems for their co-workers, supervisor, and others and they hope the injury will resolve itself. However, taking this sort of action is unwise for several reasons, so read and find out more. Fraudulent Reporting Workers' compensation insurers are well-aware of the instances of workers who claim to be ill or hurt but are not.
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What You Need To Know About Temporary Disability Benefits

Posted on: 16 March 2022
Workers' compensation provides benefits to employees who are injured or become ill due to their job. The cover ensures that employees are compensated for their lost wages and medical expenses. As part of the workers' compensation cover, employees can receive temporary disability benefits. Learn more about these benefits from this guide. What Are the Different Types of Temporary Disability Benefits? If the injuries you sustain while at work cause temporary disability, you can claim total or partial disability benefits.
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Is A Lack Of Seat Belts Relevant In A School Bus Accident Case?

Posted on: 26 October 2021
Buses usually do not have seat belts and school buses are no exception. However, some legislators have proposed making it a requirement that all buses have seat belts. If your child is injured on a school bus that did not have a seat belt, you may be able to use this as evidence that the school was negligent. Why School Buses Often Don't Have Seat Belts The common justification for why school buses don't have seat belts is because buses are considered safer than passenger vehicles.
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Can I Sue For Psychological Injuries?

Posted on: 26 October 2021
When you think of a "personal injury case," you might think that this type of case only refers to an incident where the plaintiff suffered physical injuries. However, psychological injuries can also play a role and may be considered in addition to physical injuries. However, determining psychological damages can be difficult because these injuries are not always readily apparent.  Liability and Psychological Damages If another party has engaged in actions that could be expected to cause psychological harm, they might be considered liable for any damages that result.
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