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Being injured at work can be a traumatic experience, particularly if your injury keeps you from continuing to show up for work. In many cases, injured workers do not know what, if any, recourse they have after being hurt in the workplace.
However, depending on the nature of the injury and whether or not your employer had a degree of fault in your incident, there may be more options than you think. When trying to figure out whether or not your injury qualifies you for worker’s compensation benefits, answering the following questions will help:
Did you report the incident to management and/or human resources immediately?
This is important because the company needs to be aware of your injury and assist you in seeking proper medical attention. You should report any work-related accidents or incidences to management immediately, even if you are not considering filing a worker’s comp suit.
Was your company negligent in your injury?
Meaning, did your organization purposely --- or inadvertently --- put you in harm’s way when asking you to perform the duties of your job? Were you informed of the risks before you began performing job-related tasks? Any company your are employed with is responsible, by law, for providing a safe work environment for all of their employees, no matter what measures they have to put in place to do so.
These are likely the kinds of questions an attorney will ask you when taking on a worker’s compensation case. It is always best to consult with an attorney on your worker’s comp benefits to be sure that your employer is treating you fair during the process.
Additionally, if your employer was negligent for any reason, you may have the option to sue them, for damages and compensation for time missed and medical expenses. After all, it was the job of your employer to provide you with a safe work environment and if they failed to do so, they should be held accountable.
A reputable lawyer can work through these worker’s comp questions and answers with you to determine what kind of case you ultimately have, if you have a case at all. They can give you advice and information on wading through the worker’s comp claim and benefit process and how to be sure you are receiving everything you should from your employer.
Even if you are not sure who was at fault, you should still consult with a worker’s comp attorney. Because they are practiced and well versed in this type of law, they may see certain red flags in the situation that you may not have noticed. This means that even if you think you were at fault, there may have been certain worker’s comp guidelines in place that place the accountability on your employer.
Any time you are injured on the job, even if you are unsure of who was at fault, consult a worker’s comp attorney. They will be able to offer you guidance and direction for the best way to proceed with your worker’s comp claim and let you know whether you should file a lawsuit against a potential negligent employer.