Let's discuss employer responsibilities for reporting injuries and how you can protect your rights if your employer doesn’t report your injury. If you’ve been injured on the job, the first thing you need to do is file an official incident report … [Read more...] about What if My Employer Doesn’t Report My Work Injury?
Here’s how you can find out if your work injury was reported, and what you can do if you find out it wasn’t. When you are injured at work, you are required to notify your employer, in writing, no later than 30 days after the accident, or after … [Read more...] about “I’m Not Sure If My Employer Reported My Workers Comp Claim – What Can I Do?”
One study estimates that around 1 in 10 U.S. workers do not report their injuries, leaving them to carry the burden alone. Worker’s compensation is a great program for American workers. If you get injured on the job, you have the right to access … [Read more...] about Why Do So Many Employees Fail to Report Their Work Injuries?
It is important to ensure that as many details regarding your injuries are recorded in the work injury report, regardless of how minor they may seem at the time. Picture this: you were carrying some work tools when you tripped and hurt your knee. … [Read more...] about Does it Matter What is in the Work Injury Report? Yes – Here’s Why
Injured workers in Missouri can access compensation benefits to take care of their injuries without having to worry about covering the expenses themselves. Workers' comp programs are widespread across the country, but to get these benefits, all … [Read more...] about Don’t Ignore Minor Pain After You’ve Suffered a Work Injury
If you have been injured on the job, it is extremely important that you report your accident to your supervisor or employer as soon as possible. After you get injured on the job, Missouri law states you must inform your employer in writing and … [Read more...] about Why Injury Reports Are so Important After an Accident at Work