Are There Any Exceptions to Worker Compensation for a Workplace Injury?

If you have heard stories from friends and acquaintances who had difficulty getting medical care after a workplace accident, or if you would prefer to sue your employer in court and collect damages for pain and suffering, you may wonder if there is an alternative to putting in a Worker compensation claim. Unfortunately, in most cases, there isn’t an alternative. Worker compensation is designed to be a quick, no-fault system that reimburses all injured workers partially. But it is also the only recourse if you have been injured at work and you want to sue your employer or use your own doctor. Read More

Third-Party Lawsuits for On-The-Job Injuries

State Worker Compensation laws protect workers with insurance to cover medical expenses and lost earnings because of injuries suffered on the job. These laws also limit lawsuits by injured employees against their employers—however, this restriction does not apply to lawsuits against third parties whose negligence caused the injuries. Read More

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