Any injury, other than a fatal injury, which prevents the injured person from walking, driving or normally continuing the activities he was capable of performing before the injury occurred.
Incapacitating Injury (Known as Suspected Serious Injury, effective with 2010 Annual Summary Reports)
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I Get Any Benefits from Under Texas Workers’ Compensation If My Spouse Dies In Work Accident?No one in Texas should not have to worry their spouse dying when they leave for work every day, but unfortunately, tragic things happen from time to time. There is no easy way to express that when a loved passes away in a work accident, someone in the family must take charge to determine if the accident could have been avoided. Secondly, it’s equally important to determine if there [...]
Can I Get Fired While I’m Still Under Texas Workers’ Compensation?
Can Parents of a Deceased Worker Qualify for Benefits under the Texas Worker’ Compensation Program?
Does My Employer Have to Carry Texas Workers’ Compensation Insurance?
How Does the Impairment Rating Work under the Texas Workers’ Compensation System
How to Get Back to Work After Having a Texas Workers’ Compensation Claim?
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