Workers Compensation

When you are injured on the job, getting the Workers’ Compensation (WC) benefits you deserve can be a long and frustrating process. Most workers have no experience to fall back on when it comes to claims for on-the-job injuries. Here’s where Disability Advisor’s workers compensation articles really help out. In everyday, easy-to-understand language, the articles explain different kinds of workers compensation benefits including the most common, Total Temporary Disability (TTD) and Permanent Partial Disability (PPD). The articles help you navigate the WC system including appealing a denial if necessary. In our articles you will learn about your rights under Workers’ Compensation law, the steps for filing a strong claim with the best chances of success, and how to make sure you’re compensated for all short-term and long-term costs that stem from your injury. Disability Advisor’s insightful workers comp articles also offer tips on how to get past roadblocks such as what to do if your employer or the state downplays your injury, how to handle pressure from your employer, and when it makes sense to hire an attorney.

What is Workers’ Compensation?

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Learn more about workers' compensation, a form of insurance that provides for financial compensation and medical benefits for employees if injured at work.... Read more

What Does Workers’ Compensation Cover?

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Disability designations affecting your payout include long or short term, full, partial or permanent disability. Learn what injuries Workers’ Compensation covers.... Read more

Workers’ Compensation Benefits: Claims for Work Related Injuries

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Find out how Workers Compensation Benefits can replace your lost wages and healthcare benefits if you’ve suffered a work-related accident or illness.... Read more

Workers’ Compensation Claims Process: How to File Your Claim

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A detailed outline of the worker's compensation claims process and how you can file today to begin receiving benefits for your work related injury.... Read more

What is the difference between Workers’ Compensation and Health Insurance, and Which Should I Use?

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Compare Workers’ Compensation and Health Insurance for work related disability claims. Learn which should you use and when you should use them.... Read more

How soon should I apply for Workers’ Compensation and Disability?

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Don’t delay as benefits take time for approval. Time limits vary by state. Here’s help deciding when to file for workers’ compensation. ... Read more

What Types of Injuries and Illnesses are Covered under Workers’ Compensation?

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Workers' compensation insurance covers most of work place injuries, but not all, on the job injuries. Learn more about types of injuries covered in work injury settlement.... Read more

Am I covered For Long-Term and Permanent Disability?

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Long-term and permanent disability coverage are calculations. Read here to understand the differences involved including how to calculate your benefits.... Read more

Who is Exempt from Workers’ Compensation Coverage?

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The workers’ compensation system provides no-fault coverage for a majority of workers across the United States. This arrangement will furnish some funds to replace lost wages and cover medical expenses for a covered worker from an occupational injury, disability or disease. This type of insurance is expensive to the employers because it is provided at […]... Read more

Can I Collect Workers’ Comp and Sue My Employer for Damages?

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Injured on the job and considering a work injury lawsuit? Here’s what you need to know about building a case against your employer or filing for Workers’ Comp.... Read more

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