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Who Can File a Workers’ Compensation Claim in Indio?
All full-time employees are eligible for workers’ compensation benefits. That said, most part-time, seasonal, and independent contractor employees are also covered by workers’ compensation. This is another reason why it is a good thing to be employed in the state of California; non-full-time employees are generally excluded from workers’ compensation benefits in many other states.
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What Kinds of Activities Cause Indio Work Injuries?
According to the California Commission on Health and Safety and Workers’ Compensation’s most recent report (released in 2017 but with data from 2015), state and local government employees suffer the highest number of workplace injuries, followed by employees in the agricultural, forestry, fishing and hunting industry, and then those in retail trade. If you work in any of these industries, your chances of suffering a workplace injury are significantly higher than those in other lines of work, even construction and traditionally “dangerous” industries.
Injuries can occur in a multitude of ways, but recent data suggests that the majority of Indio injuries are categorized as overexertion and bodily reaction:
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