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Workers Compensation FAQs

Workers' compensation laws protect injured workers in the event of an accident, disability or death, providing benefits, medical treatment, and lost wages. A lifetime benefit may be awarded for permanent injuries. Each state has different laws regarding workers' compensation awards and settlements. Workers compensation is no-fault, meaning benefits are paid regardless of fault in the accident. There are several types of workers' compensation award settlement types. Here are some basic facts and benefits, requirements, awards, settlements and workers' compensation lawsuits. 

Are Volunteer Workers Covered Under Workers Compensation?

If or when volunteer workers get hurt on the job, many owners or operators falsely believe that these individuals will be covered by workers' comp. The sad fact of the matter is that in most cases and states volunteers are not covered by workers' compensation since they are not paid employees.

Cumulative Trauma Disorders: When are CTDs Compensable in Wisconsin?

Millions of Americans work tough jobs every day without recognizing the impact it can have on their body and their overall health. Even sitting in front of the computer for hours on end can cause serious injury, but because the effects are cumulative, such an injury is difficult to prove and receive compensation for. These injuries are called cumulative trauma disorders.

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