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Mississippi Workers Compensation and Light Duty Restrictions

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Mississippi Workers Compensation and Light Duty Restrictions

Light Duty Restrictions

If you have light duty restrictions in a Mississippi workers compensation case, the first thing you need to do is ask the employer to accommodate you so you can get back to work and make full wages. Many people have concerns about this advice because they are worried about getting hurt again at work or that the employer will not be nice to them about it. The problem is if you don’t try, you won’t be entitled to workers compensation benefits. The best bet is to let the employer say no. Force the employer to be the bad guy by not accommodating you. Then you will have an argument that your temporary disability benefits should resume or continue.

Insurance companies are businesses whose sole purpose is to make money. Insurers hate to pay workers compensation claims because that costs them money, and it’s bad for business. Workers compensation claims adjusters have years of experience with tactics to avoid paying on a workers compensation case in Mississippi. Our experienced Jackson, MS workers compensation lawyers have seen all of these tactics before, and know how to get your claim paid.

If you have been hurt at work and have a question about your light duty restrictions and your benefits under workers compensation in Mississippi, you can always get some free advice. Nobody has to know you even called our firm. Call Chhabra & Gibbs at 601-948-8005 for a free consultation today. The fact that you called will be kept confidential, and you can make sure you know what your legal rights are. If you decide to hire an attorney from our personal injury team, we will not charge anything unless we get a successful recovery.

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