Texas Workman's Compensation Requirements?

Answer Workers' compensation is a type of insurance to protect employees from financial loss if they suffer a job-related illness or injury. The employer bears the cost of the premiums for the insurance. ... Read More »

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If you have an injury that was caused by a repetitive motion from your job but you don't have medical insurance can you have the medical bills paid through workmans compensation if you live in NJ?

Answer There isn't any reason why you can't. You must see your doctor, have him check you out so he can back you up in your WCB claim.Good luckMarcy

Worker Compensation State Requirements?

Under state and federal laws, business with employees must carry workers' compensation insurance coverage in one of several ways: through an insurance provider, through a state-sponsored WC insuran... Read More »

Can you get compensation for lost medical insurance due to an auto accident in the state of Texas?

Is deferred compensation excluded from the definition of gross compensation?

According to tax regulations at Title 26 CFR § 1.414(s)-1(c)(3), deferred compensation is, under most cases, defined as "a safe harbor alternative" and thus is excluded from the definition of gros... Read More »