You may qualify to receive temporary total disability benefits if you were injured at work. To learn about your rights as an employee, contact aRichmondworkers’ compensation lawyer to discuss your case.
In order to be eligible to receive temporary total disability, a medical provider must certify that you are temporarily unable to return to your work duties. It must also be demonstrated that it is because your injury or illness was work-related.
Another qualification is that your inability to work must be for a certain period of time. Since workers’ compensation rules vary state-to-state, you will want to consult with an attorney who understands the laws inVirginia.
Finally, in order to qualify for the full benefits, your employer must not have light duty work available for you to do. This would be tasks that meet any temporary restrictions your medical provider has indicated.
Determining if you are entitled to receive temporary total disability benefits in a workers’ compensation case isn’t always easy. There can be a variety of factors that come into play and impact your claim. This is why it is always a good idea to have strong legal representation working on your behalf.
Contact a Richmond Workers’ Compensation Lawyer about Your Claim
When you have difficulties with your workers compensation claim, a Richmondworkers’ compensation attorney can bear some of the burden you’ve been placed under. To get back on your feet, whether it means getting back to work or getting the benefits you deserve, order a copy of our free book, the Ultimate Guide to Workers’ Compensation in Virginia, and contact an attorney at the Injured Workers Law Firm for a no-cost consultation – 877-755-7744 or 804-755-7755.
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The Injured Workers Law Firm is a Richmond, Virginia based firm solely focused on serving clients with workers' compensation claims in Virginia. If you have questions about your benefits or if you would like more information on the Virginia Workers’ Compensation system, order our book, “The Ultimate Guide to Workers’ Compensation in Virginia” , or call our office today (804) 755-7755.