Find 10560 workers compensation offices, BWC or DWC. Workers compensation offices provide information on workmans comp, comp claims, insurance, workers comp codes, WCB and WCAB case searches, and labor lawyers.
Stamford Connecticut Workers Compensation 111 High Ridge Road Stamford CT 06905 18.5 miles from 10560 203-325-3881
Bridgeport Connecticut Workers Compensation 350 Fairfield Avenue Bridgeport CT 06604 23.8 miles from 10560 203-382-5600
New Windsor New York Workers Compensation 873 Union Avenue New Windsor NY 12553 26.9 miles from 10560 866-746-0552
Waterbury Connecticut Workers Compensation 55 West Main Street Waterbury CT 06702 32.4 miles from 10560 203-596-4207
New Haven Connecticut Workers Compensation 700 State Street New Haven CT 06511 35.3 miles from 10560 203-789-7512
Hackensack Workers Compensation Court 60 State Street Hackensack NJ 07601 39.5 miles from 10560 201-996-8930
Hauppauge New York Workers Compensation 220 Rabro Drive Hauppauge NY 11788 41.5 miles from 10560 631-952-6300
Paterson New Jersey Workers Compensation 100 Hamilton Plaza Paterson NJ 07505 41.8 miles from 10560 973-977-4526
New Britain Connecticut Workers Compensation 233 Main Street New Britain CT 06051 47.9 miles from 10560 860-827-7180
Jersey City New Jersey Workers Compensation 438 Summit Avenue Jersey NJ 07306 48.6 miles from 10560 201-217-7205
Newark Workers Compensation Court 124 Halsey Street Newark NJ 07102 51.3 miles from 10560 973-648-2663
Middletown Connecticut Workers Compensation 90 Court Street Middletown CT 06457 51.4 miles from 10560 860-344-7453
Hartford Connecticut State Workers Compensation 21 Oak Street Hartford CT 06106 55.5 miles from 10560 860-493-1500
Hartford Connecticut Workers Compensation 165 Capitol Avenue Hartford CT 06106 55.6 miles from 10560 860-713-5002
Injuries and illnesses that are not work related are not covered by Workers' Compensation. Employees may also be ineligible for benefits in cases where they have violated an employer's safety procedures or other policies, are found to have been intoxicated or using drugs, or were engaged in an illegal activity.
No. Independent contractors are usually not covered by Workers' Compensation. Some states also exclude certain workers, such as farm workers or seasonal workers. Moreover, depending on the state, some employers may be exempt from the Workers' Compensation system.
Each state has its own deadlines for filing Workers' Compensation claims. Filing deadlines may be different for injury claims and work-related illness claims. The deadline for filing an insurance claim may also be different than the deadline for notifying the employer that an injury or illness has occurred.