When you hear the term “workers’ compensation,” you may imagine back injuries, machine entanglements, and other notorious workplace injuries. But what about illnesses? Cancers? Repetitive stress injuries? In Louisiana, if they can be linked to your work environment, they may qualify for workers’ comp coverage.
If you’ve been injured in a workplace accident, you’re probably hearing the term “workers’ compensation” quite a bit right now. But what is workers’ comp? How does it work in Louisiana? Do you need a lawyer? How much can you get paid? For clear answers to these and related questions, continue reading this article.
When you are in a car wreck, the first thing you should do is take inventory of your physical condition. Many people do not realize that they are injured immediately following a crash and this is a result of the adrenaline that comes with being personally and physically involved in a trauma. Take it slowly, don’t rush your movements.