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What can employers do to prevent workers' compensation fraud?

If you are a Florida business owner, you know the value of workers' compensation insurance. Even if the government did not require you to carry an appropriate level of coverage for your business, you would choose to do so because you know that sometimes accidents are unavoidable. 

What should you do if you get injured at work?

Regulations require Florida employers to be serious about keeping the workplace safe and informing you and your colleagues what to do if a mishap occurs while you are working. While no one wants to get hurt on the job, the fact is sometimes accidents happen. When they do, it is important for you to know what to do.  

What type of injury benefits are available in Florida?

There are two common ways you might receive funds through workers compensation in Florida. One is by recouping medical costs you incur while recovering from your injury. The other is compensation for any impairment or disability resulting from the injury.

What health and injury risks do food service workers face?

If you list yourself among the many people across Florida who make a living working in a restaurant or food service role, you face specific on-the-job hazards that commonly lead to injury within your industry. The nature of your field places you at risk for repetitive motion-related injuries, heavy lifting-related injuries and numerous others. Additionally, many of the injury risks you face as a restaurant or food service worker are consistent industry-wide, meaning you face many of the same environmental hazards, regardless of whether you work in fine dining or a fast food establishment.

Workers' compensation FAQs answered

Taking a glance at the Florida workers' compensation regulations and processes might make it seem like the state is attempting to add insult to your injury. At Kaylor, Kaylor & Leto, P.A., we find that the last thing our clients usually want to do is take a crash course in the rules and requirements for filing a compensation claim or dealing with an uncooperative employer. 

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