If you are injured, at work, in Kansas your employer will report the incident to its insurance company. The type of injury you experience will determine what compensation you will be entitled to under Kansas Work Comp. law. Scheduled injuries include, injury to the following body single body parts:
If your injury is to another part of your body (ex. back, neck, etc.), results in amputation or permanent loss of use, or injury to more than one body part, it will be considered a non-scheduled injury. A non-scheduled injury will result in a larger possible compensation amount. Similarly, should your loved one's work injury cause their death, there are higher compensation rates.
How your injury is classified could mean the difference in tens-of-thousands of dollars. If you are unsure about your Kansas Work Comp. claim and/or the compensation you are entitled to, call us NOW 913.602.7288 for your free consultation.
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