Don’t sign it. If you don’t understand the document, get a lawyer that can help you understand what the document means. Don’t wait to speak with a lawyer. Too many injured workers wait to speak with an attorney because they think that the company will find out and they will lose their benefits. Remember, the company and the insurance company are working together for their benefit and not yours. Their goal is to minimize what is paid on your claim. You need to act quick and you need to know the truth as fast as possible.
What Can You Do if your Texas Non-Subscriber Employer Is Asking You to Sign a Waiver?
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I know if My Employer is a Texas Non-Subscriber?Non-Subscriber Employers are those companies that have their own insurance plan (Not Texas Workers’ Compensation) which provides benefits and covers injuries to employees while on the job. This is not Workers’ Compensation and you shouldn’t be confused by the fact that your employer and the doctors that they send you too all call it workers’ compensation. Early in a job injury [...]
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