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Suing an employer for an on-the-job injury isn't usually possible

When you are hurt at work, whether the injury is from an accident or a long-term effect of the job, you might become unable to work. On top of the possible loss of your income, you might have medical bills to consider. For most workers, Florida's workers' compensation program provides a way to be compensated for medical bills and some missed wages.

Workers' compensation might cover more than medical costs

When you are injured on the job in Florida, you might be eligible to receive workers' compensation benefits. It is vital that you apply for these benefits as soon as you know that you will need medical care or that you will have to miss work because of your injury. There are several points that you should be aware of in case you are ever injured on the job.

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