- Occupational disease
- Accidental injury
Not Issuing Notice to the Employer
The Statute of Limitations
No Substantial Link to Employment
These are the most common types of injuries for workers compensation. They often occur as a result of wet or slick floors, or rough and uneven surfaces in the work area. Injuries such as broken bones, torn ligament, or nerve damage resulting from trip and fall at work are viable for compensation. If you sustained an injury of this type, as much as is practical, photograph and otherwise document the conditions for proof of your claim.
3. Adverse Body Reactions