For many office workers, on-the-job injuries are not a primary concern. But even though you might be sitting at your desk all day, that doesn’t mean you aren’t at risk of hurting yourself.
The availability of light duty work, and the obligation of the employer to provide it after a work injury, is an issue in New Hampshire. There are a number of reasons for this. However, the main reason is that in NH, the employer must have a temporary alternative duty plan and hearings to terminate benefits.
In the instance of workplace injuries, there are many questions that arise. Here are the answers to a few of the most frequently asked.
Worker’s comp only covers so much when it comes to construction injuries. Our team can help with the rest.
This tragic injury occurred during a time when the employee was a high school student working a summer job in New Hampshire for a landscape and lawn maintenance company. He, with the assistance of a co-worker, attempted to free a commercial riding mower from soft ground.