For 100 years, American workers have depended on workers’ compensation benefits when they are injured. These benefits often result in a significant cut in a worker’s take-home pay. This is the second in a series of reports written by Peter Rousmaniere for WorkCompCentral investigating the effects of workers’ compensation on injured workers and their households in various states. The first report‚ “Meet Tim: The Uncompensated Worker‚” is available online at www.workcompcentral.com.
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