Worker’s Compensation

Can You Work While on Workers’ Compensation?

Employees who qualify for workers’ compensation benefits might consider continuing to work part-time or finding a less-demanding job elsewhere as they recover. The laws regarding whether or not you can work while on workers’ compensation will vary by state. In Nevada, an injured worker may be able to continue receiving workers’ compensation benefits as long as their wages are not equal to or greater than the wages they were making prior to the injury. However, your total...
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How Does Company Car Insurance Work?

Having access to a company vehicle can be a privilege, but it is important to understand how company car insurance works in the event of a crash. In most cases, employees are protected from having to personally pay for damages. However, the accident may not be covered if an employee acted recklessly, or was not using it for a business-related purpose.  Company Car Insurance Claims Almost every state, including Nevada, requires that businesses carry commercial auto insurance....
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Why Did My Workers’ Compensation Claim Get Denied?

Finding out your workers’ compensation claim is denied can be incredibly frustrating, especially if you were initially approved for benefits. Most denials come down to one of two factors — either the insurance company does not believe your injury was related to your employment, or it refuses to pay for certain benefits such as medical procedures you need or extended time off. Here are more of the most common reasons why workers’ compensation claims are denied. Your...
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Common Restaurant Employee Injuries In Las Vegas

Restaurant employee injuries are common but many don't know they are entitled to worker's compensation. All restaurant employees are covered under the worker's compensation laws in the state of Nevada. Employers in Las Vegas are required to have worker's compensation insurance in case the employee's suffer a serious injury. After all, the restaurant industry can be a fast-paced and hazardous environment where workers are prone to injury. If you are an employee at a restaurant, and you...
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