If you have been injured while on the job, you may be eligible to receive workers’ compensation or Social Security disability to help with the financial burden incurred by your injury. Take a look at these resources from around the Web to learn more about workers’ compensation and Social Security disability.
The Social Security Administration website guides you through filing a disability claim if you are injured and cannot return to work.
The U.S. National Library of Medicine explains carpal tunnel syndrome, which can result from constant and repetitive typing.
Slip and fall accidents in the workplace cause several billion dollars in lost profits to companies. The ISSA publishes a yearly report on office safety in the U.S.
WebMD estimates that the most common workplace injuries are ergonomic in nature, and result from improper sitting and typing.
- Looking for guidance on filling out your Social Security disability paperwork? Look no further than the Social Security Disability Resource Center website.
Employees who are injured on the job can apply for both state workers’ compensation and Social Security disability. If you or a loved one has been hurt in the workplace, call the law office of Krasno, Krasno, & Onwudinjo at (888) 774-9695. Our experienced attorneys can help you with everything from paperwork to appeals. Call us today to schedule your free initial consultation.