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Texas Workers Health is here to help YOU.
In Texas, Workers' Compensation (also known as workers' comp or workman's comp) can often seem confusing. You may be unclear on what your rights are under workers' comp in Texas. You may be in pain from work related injuries.
The Texas Workers Comp Help Line will provide you with the information you need to make the right choices. With the information you find here, we help you get:
Texas Workers Comp lets you, the injured worker get medical benefits, as well as income benefits. You deserve treatment for ALL of your injuries, not just the injuries the insurance company wants to accept.
An experienced workers comp attorney can stop the carrier and the employer from harassing you into returning to work before your doctor says that you are ready to return to work. In addition, you need to make certain you have a good doctor working for your interests, not a doctor working for the insurance company's interests.
Texas worker's compensation entitles you to workers' comp medical benefits and income benefits if you have been injured at your job. If you have experienced an injury while at work, lost time or lost wages from your job call us now in the Dallas Area at (972) 261-2005 or in the Fort Worth Area at (817) 261-2005, or contact us online.
Atlanta salaries projected to be higher than national average in 2017
Posted on Monday September 26, 2016
Atlanta also beat out its two of its closest competitors, as salaries for workers in Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas, are projected to increase ... The projected national average of variable pay compensation spending for U.S. employees is 12.8 percent.
Texas Nonsubscriber Specialist CPro Associates Buys Accident Insurance Services
Posted on Thursday September 22, 2016
Dallas-based general agency CPro Associates Inc ... Nonsubscriber plans often offer cost savings of 25 percent or more, compared to workers’ compensation plans. The CPro Texas Option product targets non-hazardous employers who are focused on employee ...
Employee alleges industrial painting company failed to pay overtime
Posted on Wednesday September 21, 2016
LUFKIN — A Willis man is suing a Lufkin industrial painting company, alleging violation of workers compensation acts. Robert Clay Harper filed a lawsuit Aug. 29 in the Lufkin Division for the Eastern District of Texas against DSA Coatings Inc. and ...
Texas workers comp system questioned after Oklahoma ruling
Posted on Tuesday September 20, 2016
In the wake of an Oklahoma Supreme Court decision striking down part of that state's workers' compensation law ... Costco have opted out of the Texas system with the help of attorney Bill Minick, president of the Dallas-based consulting firm PartnerSource.
Is Wal-Mart Losing Its Push to Opt Out of Workers' Comp?
Posted on Friday September 16, 2016
a Dallas lawyer-turned-consultant specializing in competitive alternatives to workers' comp and perhaps the strongest proponent of the opt-opt movement. Minick's firm, PartnerSource, wrote the Oklahoma opt-out plans and about half of those in Texas.