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January 2015 Archives

Three workers hurt in fall after construction accident

When a Connecticut construction worker heads out for a day at work, there's an understanding that the job carries with it a certain amount of risk. Any physical job holds certain dangers, but injuries in a construction accident are quite common due to the inherent issues. Given the nature of these incidents, a construction worker can suffer injuries and even fatalities. Another important factor after a construction worker injury is the medical costs, the inability to work and lost pay. Those who have been hurt need to know what to do in the accident's aftermath.

What do I do to get workers' compensation after a work injury?

Workers in Connecticut who are injured on the job will have a great deal to think about beyond simply recovering from their injuries. For many, there might be a worry that they'll have massive medical expenses and aren't going to be able to make ends meet due to lost wages and missed time at work. It is with this in mind that workers have workers' compensation benefits. When suffering an injury, it's important that the worker and his or her family know what to do immediately after the incident and how to apply for workers' compensation.

Workers' compensation: what is a 30C form and why file one?

When a Connecticut worker is injured in a workplace accident or falls ill due to unsafe working conditions, the worker may want to pursue a workers' compensation claim. One of the first steps for a worker to take is to file a Form 30C, which serves as written notification of a benefits claim.

Workers' Compensation could see change if Congress doesn't act

Connecticut workers may have heard about the failure of the previous Congress to renew The Terrorism Risk Insurance Act, causing surprise and disappointment for insurance executives. An expectation for the new Congress to act on the measure immediately has stalled alterations in insurer behavior that may impact workers' compensation coverage.

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