You may know that workers' comp covers you for workplace injuries and illness, but some of the circumstances where accidents occur are not as obvious as others in regard to coverage. If you have been injured at work or in a work-related situation, you can qualify for a portion of wages while you recuperate and for medical expenses. For an overview of some less common workplace injury locations and situations, read on and learn more about whether or not you are covered.
You Are Not Covered
You Are Covered
For claims pertaining to any of the above "grey areas", the help of a workers' comp attorney, like those at Hamilton Law Firm, P.C., may be needed, since the circumstances are often unusual and open to interpretation. If you are denied on your initial claim, don't be deterred; you have the right to file an appeal and get fairly compensated for your injury or the illness you sustained as a result of your job.
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