There are few things more inconvenient than getting hurt on the job. Not only does suffering an injury mean you will have to go through the process of healing, rehabbing, and getting yourself back to 100% — which can be particularly difficult if you suffer a major injury — but not being able to work can put a strain on your finances. Thankfully, if you get hurt at work, workers compensation should kick in and you won’t have to worry about paying bills while you recover. However, not every business owner properly provides workers comp, even though it is the law.
This was proven true by a Pierce County, Wash landscaper who has been charged with failing to pay worker’s comp benefits after one of his employees ended up getting Continue reading