I am an employer and I have my first workman's comp claim. It's intimidating.

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    Laura Ford
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    We have our first workman’s compensation claim by an employee for a chronic injury that was very likely caused while at work. We need advice from an employer perspective. Can anyone give insight on these questions or has any employer on this forum dealt with workman’s compensation claims?

    Are there any concerns or pitfalls an employer will need to know about when there is a workman’s comp claim? (Injury requires 1 month out of work and rehabilitation. We have workman’s comp insurance)

    *Are claims typically covered for repetitive strain injuries (when there is no definitive “accident” per se)?
    *How long can an employee be out of work due to the Worker’s Comp claim?
    *How much does a claim affect your future WC premiums?
    *What kind of professional can help us from an employer perspective? Insurance professional? Financial advisor?

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    Laura Ford
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    Not so anonymous I guess. Must have been because I used the same info as my WordPress login. oops.

    Either way, if you can post this on the NWOTT on Facebook, I would appreciate it.
    Thank you.

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