If a workers’ compensation injury prevents you from earning the wages you earned prior to the work injury, you may be entitled to indemnity payments paid by the workers’ compensation carrier. There are three types of indemnity (wage) payments that the carrier would be responsible for after a work comp claim – Temporary Total Disability.
Some workers compensation insurance companies will try anything to deny your work comp claim. Thus, it is important to know your rights and responsibilities after being injured at work. Over the decades of handling workers’ compensation cases, I have found that these are some of the main reasons the carriers use to deny claims: The.
Are you entitled to Florida workers compensation benefits if you are traveling to or from work? What if you are walking from your car to punch in to begin your shift? Does it matter if it is after your shift? These issues are addressed in what is known as Florida’s going and coming rule. Under Florida.