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Yes, if your work-related injury has worsened a previous injury or existing condition, you’re still entitled to receive workers’ compensation benefits. While these benefits are generally only available for injuries and illnesses incurred on the job, employees are also entitled…

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Doctors frequently order Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) tests to determine the extent of an accident victim’s injuries. However, most MRI testing facilities won’t schedule an appointment without insurance company approval. MRI Testing Delays Millions of MRI scans are conducted in…

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Hiring an attorney isn’t always necessary. If your claim is straightforward, and not being challenged by your employer or your employer’s insurance company, you can likely handle it yourself. However, many claims are more complex, requiring the expertise of a…

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Yes, you may be able to collect both unemployment and workers’ compensation benefits at the same time. Your ability to do so depends on the types of benefits you’re entitled to receive. Workers’ Compensation and Unemployment Benefits If an employee…

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Quite possibly. Generally, employees who sustain injuries on the job rely on workers’ compensation to help them cope with the financial burden caused by their ailments. However, if they were injured due to the negligence of a third party, workers…

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Employees injured while on the job are entitled to receive workers’ compensation benefits to cover their medical bills and lost income. Unfortunately, as helpful as these benefits can be, there’s no provision to compensate workers for their emotional trauma, loss…

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Not as long as you might think. Most work-related injuries suffered by Texas employees are caused either by their own actions, the behavior of their coworkers, or mistakes made by management. However, employees are sometimes injured due to the negligence…

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Typically, workers’ compensation insurance is mandatory under state law. Texas is an exception, however. Employers may opt out of the workers’ compensation program if they wish, though they must still compensate injured employees. To recover damages, individuals must know whether…

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