An injury can force you to take time off work, and if your injury occurred on the job then workers’ compensation should provide for your loss of wages and income. However, this does not mean that your compensation will entirely cover all the wages you would have made had you been working. There are many laws that influence how much compensation you receive. To make sure you receive the maximum compensation you are rightfully owed, contact the experienced workers’ comp attorney at Law Offices of Banwo and Igbokwe in Omaha
Workers’ compensation for lost wages usually requires that an employee be either temporarily or permanently disabled and unable to work. The specifics of your workers’ comp benefits will vary depending on which type of disability you have.
The more serious your injury, the more complex the workers’ compensation process will be. You will want to be sure that you are receiving everything you are entitled to under your employer’s insurance policy. This is where our knowledgeable workers’ compensation lawyer and her team can help. Our workers' comp team can review your claim and your injuries to ensure the compensation provided to you will adequately cover your expenses and lost wages. We take a client-centered approach to our cases and will work closely with you to fight for the best possible outcome.
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