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Have you suffered a serious injury at work?

You might be asking yourself, “Why does this matter?” From July of 2013 to June 2016, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) recorded 3.2 million injuries and illnesses on the job that required someone’s time off from their usual duties for one or more days. Workers’ compensation pays wage replacement benefits to employees who are injured while working in Pennsylvania with no-fault coverage under most circumstances.

These workers could also receive disability payments if they can’t return back to work anytime soon due their condition caused by an accident during employment like being struck down unexpectedly because we’re all human beings not robots! Paying attention is important when operating machinery so accidents don’t happen which will

Common Causes of Catastrophic Workplace Injuries

When a workplace injury is catastrophic, the first thing that will happen to an employee is time off work. Injuries can range from minor bruises and scrapes to broken bones or permanent disability. Missing out on income as well as being unable to complete typical tasks at home due in part by their injuries may lead employees into financial trouble which only worsens if those same workers require continuing medical treatment such with repeated surgical operations for example.

For many people today who are unfortunate enough suffer catastrophic accidents while working, they might not be able return back there soon after because of their condition and allocating time would help them get better faster so it’s worth considering making some alterations within your own company – including installing safety measures like guardrails around machinery.

Workers’ Compensation Benefits for Serious Injuries

One of the most difficult parts about recovering from a serious injury is that it may seem like all your work has been for nothing. When you’re still in pain and are unable to continue on with life as usual, even if you have received treatment, recovery can feel impossible.

Fortunately there are some workers’ compensation benefits available which will help cover medical expenses related to injuries sustained at work or rehabilitation costs so long as they qualify under state law.