Are there any options if you lose your workers' compensation case in arbitration? Arbitration is a method of resolving a dispute, where disagreement is resolved out of court. A good number of states offer either mediation or arbitration as a way of … [Read more...] about Losing a Workers’ Compensation Case in Arbitration
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What is an occupation illness? An occupational disease is an illness or health condition caused exposure to certain hazardous elements in the workplace. Although occupational illnesses are covered by workers compensation, in order to get the benefits … [Read more...] about Questions Regarding Occupational Disease and Workers Compensation
It is not easy for some people to tell the differences between workers' compensation cases and personal injury lawsuits. The major difference between these two is that you need to prove fault in a personal injury lawsuit, but the same is not required … [Read more...] about What are the Differences Between Workers’ Compensation and Personal Injury Cases?
Third party injuries on the job result when an accident or injury is caused by someone from outside of your workplace. It may be a vendor or repair person’s negligence which you caused you bodily harm. In these instances, you may be entitled to … [Read more...] about Third Party Awards Applied to Workers’ Compensation Claims
There are circumstances when a work-related injury could leave an employee unfairly unemployed. In cases like this, it is up to the employee to seek another opinion as to the extent of the injury in hopes that they can receive wage compensation. If … [Read more...] about When a Work-Related Injury Hinders Your Chances of Employment
If your workers' compensation claim is denied because of a pre-existing condition, seek the help of a Kansas City workers' compensation attorney. You may hear a lot about the importance of pre-existing conditions during health care coverage debates. … [Read more...] about How a Pre-Existing Condition Affects Your Workers’ Compensation Claim