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If you have recently become injured while on the job and are looking to file a worker’s compensation claim but aren’t sure if you are eligible to do so, provided below is some important information that may apply to you.
Worker’s compensation insurance is available to any employee whose employer carries adequate coverage when a worker does in fact get injured while on the clock. Although some industries are known to have a higher rate of claims filed each year, regardless of the field you are in, if your job title permits you to receive compensation and benefits and your employer has met their duty to carry the insurance coverage, then you can proceed on with filing your claim.
Some of the job titles that generally aren’t covered under worker’s compensation include:
If you have questions pertaining to your injury and wish to learn more about what you are entitled to receive and how much, our reputable and knowledgeable worker’s compensation attorneys featured right here on USAttorneys can help you get the answers you desire.
TTD is available to employees who have incurred an injury at work and have been out of work for more than seven calendar days due to the injury. A court can grant TTD benefits to an injury victim after the waiting period unless it has been determined that you were totally disabled for more than 21 days according to the Oklahoma Worker’s Compensation Court of Existing Claims. In that case, you can be reimbursed from day one. If you are looking to gain this compensation and want to increase your chances of obtaining this income, consult with one of our worker’s compensation lawyers first to learn what you can do to make this happen.
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