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Category Archive: Workers Compensation

  • Will Workers’ Compensation Cover My Medical Bills?
    Will Workers’ Compensation Cover My Medical Bills?
    By Pyle Law, March 03 2020 3:26 pm

    According to the Kansas Department of Labor, employers in the state pay about $158 million per year in workers’ compensation benefits to injured employees. This money goes toward helping employees[...]

  • Workers’ Compensation FAQs
    Workers’ Compensation FAQs
    By Pyle Law, January 28 2020 2:48 pm

    If you’ve been hurt on the job, you undoubtedly have questions that need answers. While the best way to get specific legal answers to your exact questions – as they relate to your case – is by[...]

  • A Concussion Can Keep You Out of Work
    A Concussion Can Keep You Out of Work
    By Pyle Law, January 21 2020 9:37 pm

    A concussion is a kind of traumatic brain injury (TBI), and it is a serious injury with unpredictable effects that can keep you out of work for a considerable amount of time. According to the Mayo C[...]

  • Mistakes that Can Jeopardize Your Workers’ Comp Claim
    Mistakes that Can Jeopardize Your Workers’ Comp Claim
    By Pyle Law, January 07 2020 4:29 pm

    If you’ve been injured on the job, it can lead to serious physical and financial damages that will likely need to be addressed via a workers’ compensation claim.  Such injuries can lead to sign[...]

  • Common Work-Related Illnesses
    Common Work-Related Illnesses
    By Pyle Law, December 30 2019 8:59 pm

    Some jobs are inherently more dangerous than others.  For example, construction work is obviously more physically dangerous than working in an office behind a desk.  Some occupations, however, exp[...]



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