Workers’ Comp 101

Injured Playing on Company Sports Team – Eligible for Workers’ Compensation?

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18th Jun 2018

By: Sandra Weigel Kokal In order to be eligible for workers’ compensation benefits, the law requires that the injury must be sustained in the “course of employment.” When discussing injuries which occur while playing on an Employer’s Sports Team, the …

Impairment Rating Evaluations (Insurance Company Cutting Your Benefits)

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10th Nov 2015

Even if you win your case, Workers’ Compensation Benefits are not a lifetime guarantee. The insurance company may try to limit your benefits with the Impairment Rating Evaluation (IRE). An IRE is a physical examination. A doctor determines your level …

120 and 3—The Two Most Important Numbers in Workers’ Compensation

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9th Jan 2015

Everyone makes mistakes. Thousands throughout our lives. Most end up causing little to no harm. These mistakes are often beneficial as the damage caused is outweighed by the lesson learned. Some mistakes are more severe. Some can never be undone. …

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