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I Work for a Non-Profit. Can I Receive Workers’ Compensation Benefits?
I Work for a Non-Profit. Can I Receive Workers’ Compensation Benefits?

Working for a non-profit organization can be a rewarding experience. Many people who work for such groups chose to do so as a way to fulfill a passion, or because they want to help others. To pursue these benefits, you may forgo a higher salary, better insurance plans, and ...

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Blog posts in Workers' Compensation

  • What You Should Know About Returning to Work After an Injury

    If you are injured on the job and file a workers’ compensation claim, you will receive medical care until you have reached “maximum medical ...

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  • Can Filing a Workers’ Compensation Claim Affect Future Employment?

    An on-the-job injury can leave an employee unable to work for an extended period of time. Even if you anticipate returning to work eventually, you may ...

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  • Navigating a Workers' Compensation Claim When You Have a Pre-Existing Condition

    A work injury can severely impact the health of an employee. If you are living with a pre-existing condition, an occupational accident can cause that ...

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  • Can I Get Workers’ Compensation if I Work from Home?

    Workers’ compensation benefits are available to most employees following an on-the-job injury. Although almost every worker in the state is covered ...

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  • Can You Continue to Receive Workers’ Compensation Benefits After Returning to Work?

    Workers’ compensation benefits provide coverage for medical expenses and a source of income to injured employees who are recovering from an on-the-job ...

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  • What is the Difference Between a Personal Injury & Workers’ Compensation Claim?

    On-the-job injuries happen every day. Whether you are a construction worker or someone in the food and drink industry, you will experience an injury ...

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  • Exemptions to South Carolina’s Workers’ Compensation Requirements

    According to South Carolina state law, any business with at least four employees is legally obligated to have workers’ compensation insurance for the ...

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  • Chronic Pain Care and Workers’ Compensation

    What Is Chronic Pain? Chronic pain is the name for when the body’s nerve system sends constant, persistent pain signals to the brain, lasting months ...

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  • Herniated Discs: Preventative Measures and Pain Management

    Protecting Yourself When Your Back Is Compromised Herniated discs are complex injuries that often require remedies from several different practices ...

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