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Can You Continue to Receive Workers’ Compensation Benefits After Returning to Work?
Can You Continue to Receive Workers’ Compensation Benefits After Returning to Work?

Workers’ compensation benefits provide coverage for medical expenses and a source of income to injured employees who are recovering from an on-the-job accident. Injured workers are frequently advised to avoid returning to work until they have reached maximum medical ...

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Blog posts in Workers' Compensation

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    On-the-job injuries happen every day. Whether you are a construction worker or someone in the food and drink industry, you will experience an injury ...

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  • Exemptions to South Carolina’s Workers’ Compensation Requirements

    According to South Carolina state law, any business with at least four employees is legally obligated to have workers’ compensation insurance for the ...

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  • Chronic Pain Care and Workers’ Compensation

    What Is Chronic Pain? Chronic pain is the name for when the body’s nerve system sends constant, persistent pain signals to the brain, lasting months ...

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  • Herniated Discs: Preventative Measures and Pain Management

    Protecting Yourself When Your Back Is Compromised Herniated discs are complex injuries that often require remedies from several different practices ...

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  • Is My Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Work-Related?

    Carpal tunnel syndrome occurs when the median nerve in a person’s wrist becomes pinched as it travels through the wrist in the “tube” called the ...

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  • Your Shift Schedule May Increase the Likelihood of Industrial Accidents

    How a 12-Hour Shift Schedule May Put You at Greater Risk of Injury at Work Many industrial and manufacturing laborers work in 12-hour blocks at ...

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  • Leading Causes of Industrial Fires

    National Fire Protection Agency Report Reveals Top Causes of Industrial and Manufacturing Fires According to a March 2018 report published by the ...

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  • How to Handle Workers’ Comp Claim Denial

    3 Things You Should Do if Your Workers’ Compensation Claim Is Denied You may be certain that your injury is legitimate and have no doubt as to whether ...

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  • Third Party Actions – What Injured Workers Need to Know

    In all 50 states except Texas, employers are required to carry workers’ compensation insurance for employees. This insurance covers medical bills, ...

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