Doctors’ Visits, Prescription Medication, Pain Therapy, Acupuncture, Medical Devices such as CPAP Machines, Wheel Chairs, Surgeries, Counseling and more.
As an employee, you are entitled to reasonable medical care for the injuries sustained on the job. You may see the term AOE or COE on your workers’ compensation claim forms and this means arising out of employment/course of employment. If your employer rejects your claim for this reason, it is your attorney’s job to prove your work injury was industrial related
Rehabilitation and Supplemental Job Displacement Benefits
Job Retraining Programs, Vocational Tuition Programs, Vouchers if you are not able to return to work
Temporary total disability is one that prevents you from working at all, but only for a limited amount of time.
Temporary partial disability is one that prevents you from doing some of the duties of your job for a limited amount of time.
Permanent total disability is one that prevents you from ever returning to work.
Permanent partial disability occurs when the damage is permanent, but it only partially impairs your ability to work.
Workers Compensation also provides death benefits to the families of workers who have had severe accidents on the job that resulted in death. If an employee dies on the job their surviving spouse may collect benefits related to a heart attack, cancer, or other disease as well to support minor dependents. There are full and partial benefits offered. They depend on factors of the job aggravating the illness or causation of death.