A majority of states, 74%, require that all businesses offer workman’s compensation. This is great for employees because, as of March 2015, just a damaged arm from work in the United States on average cost about $169,880, and 84% of workman’s compensation claims are from slick floor of the work place. However, if the work place must file a bankruptcy lawsuit, then that workman’s compensation could never be seen by the worker.
My employer is filing for bankruptcy, and I have a lawsuit against them. What should I do?
Your first step should be to contact a bankruptcy lawyer or a workers compensation attorney, you will want someone with extensive knowledge to Continue reading