Workers Compensation is a type of insurance that provides medical benefits and wage replacement for employees who have been injured on the job. On the job injuries can occur in any profession and workplace. Insurance companies and employers may attempt to avoid responsibility for an employee who was injured on the job. In these situations, a workers compensation attorney is needed to define your rights as an employee and defend your claim in the litigation process. As a result of the injury, the victim will have to deal with the possible loss of income due to the inability to work, the costly medical treatments and overwhelming paperwork for benefits approvals.
Rhode Island Workers Compensation Laws
In the state of Rhode Island, employers are required to report every personal injury incurred by an employee under their authority or employment. The RI workers compensation laws also indicate a specific timeline in which the reports should be submitted. These laws directly affect your workers compensation case and are potentially important factors in the building of your case.
Workers Compensation Attorney Chad Bank is experienced in handling all types of Workers Compensation cases including:
Agreements and Appeals
Attorney Chad Bank works tirelessly to represent each clients workers compensation claims and uses his industry knowledge to fight against the common practices insurance companies and employers use to avoid paying claims for injured workers. Our expert legal team is prepared to conduct a thorough investigation into your claim and mount the evidence necessary to stand on behalf of your rights.
If you're looking for an honest assessment of your case and would like to discuss the possible outcomes contact Workers Compensation Attorney Chad Bank today. Call The Law Office of Chad Bank today at (401) 229-5088 to schedule your FREE consultation. We are fully committed to fighting on behalf of our clients so that they receive a fair judgement for their workers compensation claim.
§ 28-32-1 Reports required from employers. – (a) Every employer who is or becomes subject to the provisions of chapters 29 – 38 of this title shall report to the director, in writing or in any other manner specified by the director, every personal injury sustained by an employee arising out of and in the course of his or her employment connected and referable to the employment, if that injury proves fatal or incapacitates the employee from earning full wages for a period of at least three (3) days, or requires medical treatment regardless of the period of incapacity.