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Returning to work after an injury

If you are injured on the job, there is a good chance that you are able to receive workers' compensation benefits until you recover.

Like most, you won't want to stay out of work any longer than you have to. Not only can this become boring, but it may begin to take a toll on your finances.

If you are interested in returning to your job, you need to answer questions such as:

-- What if your company wants you to return to work before your doctor gives you the go ahead?

-- Are you able to take more time off if things don't work out at work?

-- What happens if you re-aggravate your injury after you return to work?

Knowing when you should return to work is easier said than done. Generally speaking, you should attempt to do so as soon as you feel that it's a good idea. By working with your doctor, you can better understand your injury and what tasks you can take on once you return to your job.

At our law firm, we understand that there are many complications and challenges associated with workers' compensation. From making a claim to receiving benefits to eventually returning to work, we know that questions are always coming up.

If you are injured on the job, you may be able to file a claim for workers' compensation benefits. This allows you to receive compensation until you return to your job.

If you're facing questions about when to return to work, you shouldn't do anything that will put you in a worse position. Remember, your health always comes first.

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