Q: What if I had more than one job?

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What if I had more than one job when I got injured?

In most cases, your monetary awards for lost wages and for permanent injury will be based on your combined wages from all of your concurrent jobs. Even if your compensable disability never results in lost time or wages from the job where you were injured, you can still receive compensation for the reduced earnings or lost time that result at your other job(s).

Obtaining professional representation to assist in securing benefits in Workers’ Compensation is not only a bargain but also a sensible step to insure your rights.

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Did You Know?

If you choose to accept Workers’ Compensation Benefits you can not sue your employer. However . . . If you are involved in a motor vehicle accident with another car you might be able to file a lawsuit with the driver of the other car..

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