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It is an unfortunate fact of life that people get injured at work. Some injuries, like a crash of a delivery truck or a slip in the bathroom at work, happen quickly and unexpectedly. Other injuries take years to develop from the continuous strain of carrying heavy loads or other strenuous activities.
Whatever the case may be, if you’ve been hurt on the job or suffer a disease because of your work exposure over time, workers compensation provides a system of benefits to help you get back on track.
After suffering a workplace injury, you need to know your rights. Contact the experienced workers’ compensation attorneys at the Tous Law today online or at 714-766-0264 to discuss your case for free. We proudly serve clients throughout Ontario and Southern California.
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What Is Worker’s Compensation?
Workers’ compensation is a no-fault insurance system mandated by the State of California. It covers compensation, benefits and treatment for workers who are injured, become ill or die while on the job. Because it is a no-fault system, workers’ compensation does not require the determination of fault in an accident. Your employer can’t deny your benefits even if the injury is your fault.
However, there are extenuating circumstances to no-fault coverage. For example, benefits will likely be potentially denied if it is proven that you intentionally injured yourself or if you were found to be intoxicated at the time of injury benefits can be denied in certain circumstances.
Most Common Causes of Work Related Injuries
Some of the most common causes of work related injuries covered under workers’ compensation include:
- Fall on the same level
- Fall to lower level
- Struck by object or equipment
- Other exertions or bodily reactions
- Highway accidents
- Slip and Trip without Falling
- Caught in/compressed by equipment or objects
- Struck against object or equipment
- Repetitive motion injuries
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