Work related injuries include any injuries resulting from the employer’s required job duties. 


    The effects of work related injuries are far-reaching.  Most work related injuries result in financial losses from expensive medical treatment and lost wages during recuperation. 


    In order to qualify for worker’s compensation and associated benefits, you will need to produce evidence of a work related injury. 



What To Do If You Have A Work Related Injury:

  • Report your injury to your employer as soon as possible using the proper forms.  Be sure to get a copy of such forms.

  • Seek prompt medical attention, and be sure to keep the doctor informed as to specifically how your injuries are progressing.

  • Inform your employer if your doctor tells you that you are unable to work. 

  • Make sure your doctor knows that you want to get back to work as soon as possible.  If you do return to work and are experiencing problems, notify your doctor immediately. 

  • If your employer or co-workers ask when you will be back to work, tell them, “as soon as my doctor lets me.” 


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