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Employees who suffer a job-related illness or injury can collect workers' compensation benefits to replace their lost wages and pay for medical care. Learn how the workers' compensation system works and how much you might receive in benefits.
How Much Do Workers' Compensation Benefits Pay?
If you've been injured on the job, you're probably wondering what kind of benefits you'll receive.
How Do Disability Ratings Work for Workers' Compensation?
In a workers' compensation case, your disability rating determines whether you’ll receive permanent disability benefits and in what amount. Here's how it works.
Workers' Compensation Claims for Long-Term or Permanent Injuries
Many employees who are injured at work get immediate medical treatment and go on to fully recover. Workers' comp will cover their medical bills and perhaps pay for a few days or weeks off work.
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How Does a Workers' Compensation Settlement Work?
A workers' compensation settlement may provide a large sum of money up front, but be sure you understand what you may be missing.
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