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If you ever completed an insurance claim form, you have seen that you are required to indicate whether your complaint was related to your job. This is because on-the-job injuries and occupational conditions and illnesses are typically not covered by normal health insurance. They are covered by workers comp insurance your employer is required to carry for most employees under PA law. The procedures to follow differ from standard health insurance claims—and it is... Read More
Did you know that you may be entitled to compensation for pain and suffering in addition to workers comp if your work accident was caused by the negligence of a third-party?
In the context of Massachusetts workers comp law, a third-party is, essentially, a person or company that is not part of your employer's company. Unlike workers comp... Read More