Kansas Workers’ Compensation Claims

Kansas workers’ compensation claims may be submitted to the Kansas Division of Workers’ Compensation by employees who have been injured at their place of employment or who have contracted occupational diseases. The Kansas workers’ compensation system provides income replacement, medical benefits, and permanent disability benefits to injured or ill workers. Kansas law makes this possible by requiring that employers with a payroll of $20,000 or more have workers’ compensation insurance. Workers whose employers lack workers’ compensation insurance or who fail to cooperate in reporting a claim may look to an experienced Kansas workers’ compensation attorney for help.

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Kansas Workers’ Compensation Laws

Kansas workers’ compensation laws detail the benefits an employee may receive for his work injury or illness and the procedures that must be followed under Kansas law to get these workers’ compensation benefits.

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