Work Comp benefits for temporary, part time, or seasonal workers
Hi everyone! Dustin here from lawatyourside.com.
You might be wondering if you are a temporary worker or a seasonal worker or a part-time worker, are you still entitled to workers’ compensation benefits, and the answer is, “Absolutely, 100% Yes. Yes you are.”
Any kind of employee for any kind of situation, you are entitled to workers’ compensation benefits. Now, even people who are doing community service and not getting paid anything, they may still be deemed to be employees and still entitle to workers’ compensation benefit. Regardless of how many hours a week you work or whether you're on-work three months, off-work three months, if you're injured at work and you're deemed to be an employee, you will be entitled to workers’ compensation benefits.
Your benefits may be different. For example, I've talked in other videos what temporary disability and what not. Those rates may be different but you still definitely are entitled to benefits, so everything else applies, so don’t hesitate to report your work injuries and to let your employer know if you’ve injured at work and go get all benefits you are entitled to under the law. Thanks so much.
If you want further assistance with your work-related injury or you want to talk to a lawyer and get your questions answered or you want us to represent you in your workers’ compensation case, please fill free to give us a call at the number below or click the link below and fill out the submission form, and we will do our best and work our hardest to ensure that we give you all the benefits that you are entitled to under the law. And we hope you have a smooth, efficient case that runs through, so you can get back to your healthiest that you can be and also receive all the benefits that you are entitled to. Thanks so much.