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Moving forward after suffering an injury in the workplace

On Behalf of | Dec 17, 2021 | Workers' Compensation |

If you suffered an injury in the workplace, you understand the significant impact this type of event can have on your life. You may experience the physical pain that comes with serious injuries, as well as other complications related to financial loss, medical bills and more. You have the right to seek benefits through your employer’s workers’ compensation insurance, but it will be helpful for you to understand exactly what those benefits may include.

The goal of workers’ compensation benefits is to provide injured workers with the ability to seek a reasonable recovery after a workplace injury. This includes different types of help and support that will allow one to put the pieces back together and move forward. With the full amount of help required, you may be able to return to the workplace or find new employment suited to any physical limitations you have.

Your financial and physical well-being

Workplace injuries could leave you dealing with painful complications that could affect you long-term. Workers’ comp benefits should cover your medical bills, including any emergency care you required, as well as long-term rehabilitation or therapy you may need. It may also cover your temporary disability benefits if you are not able to return to work quickly.

Workers’ comp insurance may also provide specific types of help and support you may require as you seek to get back to work. Rehabilitation benefits may cover everything from accommodations you may need to assistance finding new employment if you are unable to return to your former job.

Fight for what you need

California workers will find it beneficial to know about the specific types of benefits they have available to them. The workers’ compensation claims system can be complex, and it is not always easy to get the full amount of support one needs and deserves. By knowing your rights and understanding the benefits available, you can effectively fight for what you need for your recovery.

You have the right to fight for the full amount of benefits you need and deserve after a workplace accident. Insurance companies will not prioritize your best interests over their own bottom lines, and it may be necessary to explore how you can maximize the benefits you need and deserve.



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