Workers’ compensation is a sponsored system that pays financial benefits to employees who sustain injuries or disabilities during their employment course. By agreeing to obtain this form of insurance, employees agree to relinquish their right to litigate their employer for negligence.
The “compensation bargain” seeks to protect both employers and workers. Most of these plans provide coverage of medical charges associated with injuries sustained as a direct outcome of employment. If you’ve sustained injuries at the workplace, here’s what you can expect to receive.