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What Does Workers’ Compensation Being An Exclusive Remedy Mean?By Jason Weinstock on October 18, 2019 Posted in Information Center,Miscellaneous
All too often I hear from client’s “I don’t want to sue my employer… I love where I work!” Occasionally, I will also hear, “I hate my employer… this is all their fault, can I sue them?” My response to both of these clients is the same. In Nevada, an injured worker can not sue … Continue reading What Does Workers’ Compensation Being An Exclusive Remedy Mean?
Nevada Work Comp Benefits for Injuries after 7/1/15By Jason Weinstock on June 29, 2015 Posted in Average Monthly Wage,Benefits,Calculating benefits,Information Center,Temporary total disability benefits
Nevada employees whose work-related accident or occupational illness occurs after 7/1/15 are entitled to receive the lesser of 2/3 of their actual average monthly, or 2/3 of the state maximum average monthly wage of $5,426.25. If the injured worker was making more than the state maximum, she is only entitled to receive 2/3 of the … Continue reading Nevada Work Comp Benefits for Injuries after 7/1/15