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  • Beware Employers Who Try to Convince You to Not File a Workers' Comp Claim
    Beware Employers Who Try to Convince You to Not File a Workers' Comp Claim

    If you are considered an employee at your place of employment in Connecticut, then there is a high chance you are covered by your employer’s workers’ compensation insurance policy. In fact, under ...

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  • Process of Filing a Workers' Compensation Claim in Connecticut
    Process of Filing a Workers' Compensation Claim in Connecticut

    By Connecticut law, all employers with at least one employee need to purchase workers’ compensation insurance to cover their damages in case of a work-related accident . If they do not have workers’ ...

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  • How Your Work-Related Injury Might Affect You
    How Your Work-Related Injury Might Affect You

    Dealing with an injury you suffered at work can be a stressful ordeal. From managing your pain symptoms to rehabilitating your injuries, your daily routine can be substantially impacted by a ...

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  • From Home to Work to the Hospital
    From Home to Work to the Hospital

    According to data collected by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there are 3 million work related injuries and illnesses per year in the private sector. Some of those injuries and illnesses are reported ...

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  • How Workers' Compensation Varying from Each State is Affecting Employees
    How Workers' Compensation Varying from Each State is Affecting Employees

    Compensation for injured employees varies from each state across America as each state is allowed to determine its own benefits, with no federal minimums. Employees who are injured at work are awarded ...

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  • Will Another State Allow Employers to Opt out of Workers' Compensation?
    Will Another State Allow Employers to Opt out of Workers' Compensation?

    Senator Mark Green and Representative Jeremy Durham are pushing for a bill that could make Tennessee the third state to allow employers to opt out of state’s workers' compensation program and design ...

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