Injured While Traveling for Work – Can You Claim Workman’s Comp?

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When an employee is traveling for work and is injured, are they covered by workers compensation? If you’ve been injured at work, due to accidents such as a slip on an oil spill, or a fall from scaffolding that wasn’t properly secured, you can claim workers compensation benefits. Such cases are fairly straightforward, and there … Read more

Updated: June 29, 2017

Can I Refuse Medical Treatment? – St. Louis Workers Comp Attorney

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There are numerous reasons why an injured worker may want to refuse recommended medical treatment or surgery. Everyone has a right to refuse a recommended treatment or surgery. The reasons to refuse treatment could be many, such as phobias, allergies, and apprehensions about taking risks. Whatever the reason is, many injured workers who claim workers … Read more

Updated: May 13, 2020

Claiming Interest Due On Unpaid Claims

Employers may be charged interest if they initially deny a claim that is later found to be valid. How do you receive this compensation? There are certain procedures mandated by the United States Department of Labor that must be followed when you are hurt at work. As an employee you have a responsibility to report … Read more

Updated: February 8, 2017