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Can You Work Another Job While Collecting Workers Compensation in Tennessee?

If you have been injured on the job in Tennessee and are collecting workers’ compensation benefits then you know all too well that the payments your receive are usually not enough to cover all of your expenses. The reason for this is because workers’ compensation benefits in Tennessee will reimburse an injured employee 66.67% of their average weekly wage while they are unable to work. If your salary is decreased by over 25% then you can see how making ends meet can be... Read More
Posted by Brian Chiozza at Thursday, June 17, 2021
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Reporting Work-Related Injuries: When Should I Do It?

Reporting Work-Related Injuries:  When Should I Do It? Tennessee workers’ compensation claims present a multitude of issues for employers, employees and attorneys alike.  There’s a lot of paperwork involved, and the specifics regarding injury-related medical treatment can be daunting. Having an experienced Tennessee workers compensation attorney can help make the claims process less confusing so that the injured party can concentrate on healing and getting... Read More
Posted by Brian Chiozza at Thursday, June 4, 2020
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Third Party Accidents– When a Claim Goes Beyond Workers Compensation

Legally speaking, when an employee is injured in a work-related accident while and during the normal course of business, the only recourse available to the employee is workers compensation. Workers compensation will allow an injured employee to recoup some of his/her lost wages while also covering any related medical expenses. Unless there are serious and debilitating injuries, an employee is never fully compensated for injuries under workers compensation.   Third Party... Read More
Posted by Brian Chiozza at Wednesday, June 26, 2019
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Things to Know About Industrial Accidents

Worker's Compensation in Memphis, Tennessee Every day someone is injured at work or on someone’s work property due to an unsafe work environment or the fault of an employee not following correct protocol or faulty maintenance of an employer’s machinery and/or workplace. These are injuries that can be easily prevented with proper employee education. The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) oversees the safety of more than 130 million workers each year,... Read More
Posted by Brian Chiozza at Friday, December 4, 2015
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