Workers’ Compensation

What to Expect in a Deposition for a Workers Comp Case

If you’ve been hurt on the job, your place of work is supposed to provide you with support to get you back on your feet. If you have to bring a suit to get that support, there’s a good chance that you will be deposed before going to trial. According to Wichita KS injury attorneys,… Read More

Do I Have to Be a Full Time Employee to Receive Workers Comp?

If you’ve been hurt on the job, you’re probably wondering if you’re eligible for workers’ compensation. One of the questions that may arise is whether or not you have to be a full-time employee to get it. Here’s the answer to that question and a few more details about workers’ compensation so that you can… Read More

KS Workers’ Comp Laws: What You Need to Know

The general rule in Kansas is that if you were injured during the course and scope of your employment by an anticipated and foreseeable risk of that employment, you are eligible to receive workers’ compensation benefits. Ordinarily, those workers’ compensation benefits are a worker’s sole and exclusive remedy. Here are some key provisions of Kansas… Read More

What Injuries Commonly Occur on a Work Site?

According to the National Safety Council (NSC), a worker is injured on the job in the United States every seven seconds. Just about all of those injuries are perfectly preventable. According to the Wichita KS work injury attorneys here at the Franklin Law Office, here are three causes of the most common work-related injuries. Lifting… Read More

Why You Want a Workers Comp Attorney on Your Case

Were you recently denied for workers comp? This isn’t the end of your options by a long shot. If your employer or your insurance company refuses to pay out, you can file a claim with Wichita Kansas workers comp attorneys. This is your best bet to get the full payout that you are owed for… Read More

Kansas Workers’ Compensation Laws: How Will They Affect My Case?

The fundamental purpose of workers’ compensation benefits is to provide wage replacement and medical benefits to employees who are injured during the course and scope of their employment as a result of an anticipated and foreseeable risk of that employment. According to the Wichita Kansas workers comp attorneys at the Franklin Law Office, the general… Read More

Injured on the Job? What to Do Next

After being seriously injured in a work-related accident anywhere in the State of Kansas, you have theright to seek immediate first aid or necessary medical treatment right away. After that, you have to provide your employer with written notice of the accident within 20 days of the date that you got hurt. If you do… Read More

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