WHEN RECEIVING WORKERS’ COMPENSATION BENEFITS, DOES MY EMPLOYER HAVE TO PAY FOR ASSISTANCE WITH DAILY LIVING ACTIVITIES?

If you have been injured while working, your employer’s workers’ compensation carrier will pay you generally about two-thirds of your wages while you are off work. In addition to compensation, known as temporary total disability benefits, your authorized medical treatment including doctor’s visits, physical therapy, surgery, prescription medication and mileage will be paid for by …

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