Workers’ Compensation is a type of insurance that provides lost wages and medical benefits to injured employees on the job. It was designed to be mutually beneficial to both the employee and the employer.
Employees who file a workers’ compensation plan relinquish their rights to sue their employer, and the employee receives financial support and job security during their recovery.
The state of Texas does not require private employees to carry workers’ compensation insurance. Still, many private employees do so anyway to protect themselves in the event of an employee injury financially.
If you are injured at work and your employer does not carry workers’ compensation insurance, you can still file a non-subscribers claim to help secure financial assistance in your time of need.
When it comes to workplace injuries, there are several things you can do to put yourself in the best possible position.
They are as follows:
Workplace injuries are incredibly stressful. Save yourself from further headaches by contacting Rendon & Associates for all of your workers’ compensation and workplace injury needs. We are here to support you.