Workers' Compensation

For most on-the-job injuries, your state's workers' compensation system will provide the exclusive remedy. That means you typically cannot file a lawsuit over injuries sustained on the job. Instead, you'll file a workers' compensation claim and hopefully receive benefits to cover your medical bills, lost income, and related losses. In this section, we'll explain how workers' compensation works and  what to expect at every step of a workers' compensation claim -- including  your options if your claim is denied or your benefits are cut off.    

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