Nebraska Workers Compensation
The State Agency
In Nebraska, workers’ compensation claims are handled by the Nebraska Workers’ Compensation Court. The law in Nebraska requires all employers to maintain workers’ compensation insurance on their employees. There are no exemptions available for employers in any specific industry, regardless of the number of workers they employ.
Filing a Claim
When you plan to file a workers’ compensation claim in any state, we recommend retaining a workers’ compensation attorney as soon as you are aware of your need for compensation. To learn more about filing a claim in the state of Nebraska, as well as your rights as an injured employee, visit the frequently asked questions page of the Nebraska Workers’ Compensation Court’s website.
Nebraska Workers’ Compensation Calculator
Each state, including Nebraska, develops its own regulations for workers’ compensation. If you become injured on the job in Nebraska, you will receive a different amount of compensation than you would have received if you had sustained the same injury in Maryland. Because we are Maryland workers’ compensation lawyers, we can only provide you with information specific to Maryland cases. Our workers’ compensation calculator offer an approximation of your case’s value based on Maryland workers comp laws.
The calculator we provide uses an algorithm our team developed based on the experiences we’ve had with workers’ compensation cases in Maryland. If you input your information into the calculator, it will return an estimate of the value of your claim if you were filing it in Maryland. The calculator will also ask you if you would like to be connected with a workers’ compensation attorney. Feel free to make this election even if you will be filing your case in Nebraska, and we will be happy to look for an attorney who practices in your state.
Nebraska Workers’ Compensation Lawyers
If you need representation or more specific information about the value of your Nebraska workers’ compensation claim, a lawyer practicing in Nebraska can help you. If you would like assistance finding a qualified attorney, contact us by using our calculator.