Workers Compensation Lawyers and Workers Compensation Attorneys

Workers’ compensation is a system of benefits designed to aid employees who are disabled or injured on the job. Because it provides fixed financial awards and medical care, workers’ compensation eliminates the right of employees to sue their employers for work related injuries. Workers’ compensation is a “no fault” system; it protects both employees and employer. That is, the negligence of workers, co-workers, or employers is not an issue in a workers’ compensation claim; injuries are covered regardless of fault. Benefits are determined by the department of labor in each state, and the specifics vary by jurisdiction. It should be noted that a workers’ compensation claim is a request for benefits; it is not a lawsuit.

Workers Compensation Legal Guide and Information

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Answers and Information
Answers to frequently asked questions about Worker's Compensation.
Employers Responsibilities
An overview of the responsibilities of employers.
Workplace Injuries
An overview of information regarding on-the-job Injuries and Workers Compensation.
Workers Compensation Programs
Information on the Federal Employees' Compensation Act, The Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program, the Longshore and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act, the Coal Mine Workers' Compensation and the Defense Base Act.
NJ NY and PA Workers Compensation Law
Overview of workers' compensation laws in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania.

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Workers Compensation - DOL
Information about the Department of Labor's Office of Workers' Compensation Programs (OWCP).
Employer Responsibilities - OSHA
Outlines employer responsibilities set by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
Occupational Injuries - Bureau of Labor Statistics
Provides data for on the job injuries and worker fatalities.
Traumatic Occupational Injuries - NIOSH
Includes information on fatal and non-fatal occupational injuries as well as worker safety information.