If you are hurt while you are on the job, regardless of whose fault it is, you are most likely entitled to receive Workers’ Compensation benefits. Workers' Compensation benefits pay for an injured employee’s medical treatment and wage replacement while the employee is receiving medical treatment, and compensation for the employee's permanent injury after treatment is done. You may be entitled to Workers’ Compensation benefits even if your employer does not have Workers’ Compensation insurance.
Tem has spent more than a decade representing injured workers and employers in Workers’ Compensation claims.
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