What to Do When Workers’ Comp will not Pay Your Lost Wages
Like Massachusetts, most states guarantee workers will be taken care of in case of injury through a workers’ compensation program.
How Much is a Workers’ Comp Claim Worth?
According to the National Safety Council, a worker is injured on the job every 7 seconds. While a lot of
Light Duty Job Offers in Workers’ Comp Cases
Although a lot of accidents at the workplace result in employees no longer being able to work, some workers are
The Going and Coming Rule in Workers’ Comp Cases
Workers’ Compensation in Massachusetts is a government-mandated insurance program designed to provide benefits to workers who suffer an injury or
Which Type of Workers’ Comp Settlement is Right for You?
If you have suffered a workplace injury or illness, you may be able to file a claim for workers’ comp
Getting Medical Treatment Paid by Workers’ Comp
Most injured workers who are approved for workers’ comp get benefits for medical treatment. However, there are certain criteria that
Things You Should and Should Not Do with Workers’ Compensation
One of the best benefits most employees have access to is workers’ compensation. This insurance program ensures that workers get
What to do When You Receive Form 105
Employees who get hurt on the job and are eligible for workers’ comp benefits expect their employer and its insurer
Claiming Permanent Disability Workers’ Comp Benefits
Employees who have suffered an injury on the job may be eligible for workers’ compensation benefits depending on several factors.
How and Why to Hire a Workers’ Compensation Attorney (Podcast)
Even if your boss has started to pay your workers’ comp claim, you should still consult with an attorney. In