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-What will worker's compensation cover if I ever need it?

Posted by Admin Posted on Mar 29 2019

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Worker's compensation will only cover you for injuries that occur on the job site. The compensation varies from state to state, but most states will pay throughout the lifetime of the worker, in the case of a permanent disability.

You can get all of the information that you need regarding individual state's worker's compensation benefits by contacting your state's Department of Labor.

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