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since when i started working there for almost 3 years. I usually work the 7 days. there is some times here and there we have a sunday or saturday off
I understand that it is an average of the 13 weeks before. she says that the 440 she put on the report was, what he will be getting paid after the injury (work pay, if i make sense, not workers benefit) So she is not accepting that what she put there was the average of he's wages.
yes that is the form and you are correct
What do I have to do, to receive the benefits? Injury was on the 25th. i stopped going half of that day and i finally started back on monday with restrictions and less hours then before injury. Do I have to submit paperwork or does it take this long?
and by that you mean to file the employee's claim for compensation for a work-related injury> or is it a different claim?
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