Workers compensation is a form of insurance that provides for employees when they are injured on the job under certain circumstances. In order for an injury to qualify under a worker compensation claim it must generally meet a two-prong requirement. First the injury must have occurred at the place of employment and secondly the injury must be related to the work performed. An injury that occurs during an employee’s break or lunch period for example would not qualify since by the very nature of the timing the employee would have been off the clock and not performing a job related task.
These injuries can be harder to wholly prove based on a medical exam or x-rays and even harder to prove that they are the result of a workplace occupational injury. For a worker’s compensation attorney Cape Cod www.ladaslaw.com is home to a professional with the expertise necessary to defend you. For more information, visit: www.ladaslaw.com
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