Worker's Compensation Benefits - A State-By-State Guide
By Aaron Larson
The Law Offices of Aaron Larson
Notice: The following overview of state Worker's compensation (workmans comp) benefits is presented on an as-is basis. This information is believed accurate as of the date of authorship, but is not intended to provide a complete analysis of available benefits and may not reflect subsequent changes in the law. For a full review of the Worker's compensation law of any given state, or for a determination of how the law applies to a specific worker, please consult a Worker's compensation attorney licensed to practice in the jurisdiction at issue.
The following documents provide an overview of Worker's compensation benefits (sometimes referenced as "workman's compensation" or "Worker's comp") by state:
Worker's Compensation Law
Worker's Compensation law is a system of laws meant to protect injured workers by assuring them of medical care and wage benefits in the event of a work-related injury, in most cases without regard to how the injury occurred.
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