Work Injury

Workplace injuries or illnesses arise as a result of an employee’s job. To discourage employees from seeking compensation for injuries not directly caused by their jobs, most states limit the definition of a workplace injury to those that “arise out of and in the course of employment.” Contact Work Injury Lawyer for your case.

Workers’ compensation pays medical bills, lost wages, and rehabilitation costs for employees who are injured or get ill “in the course and scope” of their work. It also pays out death benefits to the families of workers who have gotten killed on the job.

As an employee, your employer must pay you a portion of your salary while recovering from your work injury or work illness. However, your employer will not be paying this directly from the company’s funds.

A construction worker, for example, may seek compensation if scaffolding fell on their head, but not if they were in a car accident on the way to work. Workers might earn the equivalent of sick pay while on medical leave in some situations.

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Accidents happen far too regularly in the workplace. When it comes to work-related injuries, medical treatment and monetary compensation are commonly overlooked. A work injury, or any other type of occupational injury, can leave injured people and their families perplexed as they try to comprehend and deal with the complicated concepts of the Work Injury Lawyer system.

Construction sites are hazardous environments to be in. Accidents can and do happen fast and frequently when hazards are hidden or not readily defined, such as nails and screws, tall unsecured drop-offs, raw sharp wood, and a range of other dangers. Construction sites can endanger both workers and passersby, and severe incidents can result in serious injuries to both construction workers and passers-by. Work Injury Lawyer can help you get maximum compensation for your injury. Contact Work Injury Lawyer for your case.

An an employee, your employer is required by law to pay you a portion of your salary while you are recovering from your work-related injury or illness. However, your employer will not be paying this directly from the company’s funds.
What is the most common workplace injury?
  1. Slips, trips, and falls.
  2. Overexertion and muscle strains.
  3. Struck by workers, equipment, or falling objects.
  4. Crashes or collisions.
  5. Exposure to harmful substances or environments.
  6. Fire and explosions.
  7. Violence and other injuries by persons or animals.
If you’re injured on the job and can’t work, you should be able to file for workers’ compensation benefits. A successful claim will replace two-thirds of your wages plus pay for medical care and rehabilitation. If you lost the use of a part of your body, you might get payment, depending on which body part is injured.
Work Overview

The top three leading causes of work-related injuries – overexertion and bodily reaction, slips, trips and falls, and contact with objects and equipment – account for more than 84% of all nonfatal injuries involving days away from work.

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Work Injury

Workplace injuries are injuries or illnesses that occur in relation to employee's job or workplace.
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Construction Accident

Construction accidents are result of injuries sustained as a result of endeavors to construct place.
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Hearing Loss

Hearing loss is the loss of hearing in one or both ears, that can range from mild to profound.
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Stress Claim

A worker can make a claim for stress if it has caused a psychological injury, which needs a medical diagnosis.
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Back & Neck Injury

Injuries to various parts of the body can ruin your quality of life and impair your ability to work.
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Hand Injury

It is very common to experience pain in your hands when your job duties require repetitive motions.
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Leg Injury

Hip, knee, ankle, and foot ailments can make it difficult to walk around and do tasks at work.
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Denied Claim

Denied claims are claims that were received and processed by the payer and deemed unpayable.
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Spine Injury

Spinal cord injuries can result from damage to the vertebrae, ligaments or disks of the spinal column.
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Work Injury

Workplace injuries are injuries or illnesses that occur in relation to employee's job or workplace.
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Hearing Loss

Hearing loss is the loss of hearing in one or both ears, that can range from mild to profound.
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Stress Claim

A worker can make a claim for stress if it has caused a psychological injury, which needs a medical diagnosis.
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Hand Injury

It is very common to experience pain in your hands when your job duties require continuous repetitive motions.
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Denied Claim

Denied claims are claims that were received and processed by the payer and deemed unpayable.
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Spine Injury

Spinal cord injuries can result from damage to the vertebrae, ligaments or disks of the spinal column.
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