When were you injured?

    Were you injured while in the course and scope of your work?
    (“Course and scope” means carrying out the business of your employer)
    Good. You have to have an on-the-job injury to have a workers’ compensation case.
    You have to have an on-the-job injury to have a workers’ compensation case.
    Were you driving a motor vehicle when the accident occurred?
    Your case could be stronger if you were driving while your injury occurred.
    In what state did the accident occur?
    Is your employer based in Nevada?
    Were there any witnesses to the injury?
    Having a witness or video surveillance strengthens your case.
    Did you report the incident to your supervisor in 7 days?
    Did you seek medical attention?
    Do you believe you still need medical attention?
    Treatment for an injury is an essential part of a workers’ compensation case.
    Treatment for an injury is an essential part of a workers’ compensation case.
    What body part(s) were injured due to your work-related accident?
    Injured body part:

    Advanced symptoms:
    Have you filled out a C4 form at the medical facility?

    Click here to view what C4 form looks like.
    What is your age?
    Your young age strengthens your case.
    How much do you make per hour?
    Your higher hourly wage increases the value of your case.
    How many hours do you work on average?
    Have you been off of work due to your injury?
    Are there any other issues or difficulties you have experienced because of your industrial accident?
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    Disclaimer:

    This online tool is intended to provide general insights into potential work injury cases. Each case is different with a unique set of circumstances and no outcome is guaranteed regardless of the strengths or weaknesses of a case. Please consult with a work injury attorney for specific feedback on your unique case.