There are numerous injuries that may be covered by workers’ compensation. There’s no definitive list of what will or won’t be covered. Rather, coverage is typically awarded to victims who clearly show their injuries are directly caused by an incident at work.
Here are some of the injuries that workers’ compensation may cover:
If you’ve experienced an injury while on the job, don’t hesitate to reach out to an experienced legal team for help. Our workers’ compensation attorneys can go over your case in detail to determine if you are eligible for workers’ compensation benefits. We can assist you through the various stages of filing your claim. Additionally, in cases of denial, our lawyers work hard to appeal your claim to help you get the benefits you need after a work-related injury.
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While the far majority of workers’ compensation claims result from injuries that occur on the job, illnesses may also be covered. Illnesses can be more difficult to prove than injuries, and the burden of proof lies on the victim. Therefore, the victim must be able to show that his or her illness directly resulted from conditions inside the workplace and not from any other source.
Here are some examples of workers’ compensation illnesses that may be covered:
If you’ve contracted an illness that you believe to be caused by your workplace, don’t hesitate to contact a workers’ compensation attorney. In fact, our experienced lawyers will go over each detail of your case to help you determine where you stand and how to move forward. So, call or fill out our online form today and our attorneys will reach out to you right away.