What benefits am I entitled if I get injured?
- Payment for medical expenses
- Lost wages (called temporary total disability benefits)
- A settlement if the employee suffers a work place injury that becomes permanent- catastrophically injured workers can also recover additional workers’ compensation benefits referred to as permanent total disability benefits.
If I am injured, should I worry about losing my job?
Can I trust the insurance company to pay me what is owed under Indiana law?
How do I file a claim with the Workers’ Compensation Board?
What are the time limits for filing a workers’ compensation claim in Indiana?
What should I do if my employer forces me to do work that is not within my restrictions?
Can I go to my own doctor or do I have to go to the doctor my employer chooses?
How much are Klezmer Maudlin’s attorney fees?
Can I sue my employer for the accident?
Can I recover money for pain and suffering for a workplace injury?
Should I request an independent medical examination (IME)?
Am I eligible for Permanent Total Disability benefits after my work injury?
What happens if an injured worker dies as a result of his or her work injury?
Is my work injury eligible for future medical treatment?
Does the Indiana Workers’ Compensation Act cover psychological injuries?
What does it mean when an employer or insurance carrier acts in “bad faith” or lacks “due diligence?”