Workers' Compensation Advice by Company

Almost every state requires employers to offer workers' compensation benefits to their employees (Texas and South Dakota are the two exceptions). If you were injured at work, you likely qualify for free medical treatment and payments that cover some of your lost wages while you recover. But how you file a claim and manage your benefits varies slightly by company. Even within a single company, coverage can vary by state. The articles below explain what you can expect from your employer's workers' comp.

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Amazon Workers’ Comp: What to Do if You're Injured at Work in 2024

By Victoria Muñoz | Lead Attorney

Injuries in Amazon warehouses are common and some Amazon employees have struggled to get the benefits they deserve. At Atticus, we’ve helped more workers’ comp clients from Amazon than any other employer.

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Costco Workers’ Comp: Who Qualifies & How to File in 2024

By Victoria Muñoz | Lead Attorney

Costco has been cited as having some of the happiest employees in the nation and has ranked as one of the best employers in the world.

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Dollar General Workers' Compensation: How to File a Claim

By Victoria Muñoz | Lead Attorney

Learn how Dollar General employees injured on the job can qualify for workers' compensation benefits.

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FedEx Workers' Compensation: How to File a Claim in 2024

By Sydney Hershenhorn | Attorney

If you were injured while working at FedEx, here’s everything you need to know.

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Your Guide to Home Depot Workers’ Compensation

By Victoria Muñoz | Lead Attorney

Injuries are more common in home supply stores like Home Depot than in the average workplace.

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Kroger Workers’ Comp: Who Can Qualify & How to File

By Victoria Muñoz | Lead Attorney

To feed so many Americans, Kroger employs more than 430,000 people across the country.

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Workers’ Comp at Lowe's: Who Qualifies & How to File

By Victoria Muñoz | Lead Attorney

Lowe’s is the second-largest home improvement chain in the United States (after Home Depot).

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Target Workers’ Compensation: Who Qualifies & How to File

By Victoria Muñoz | Lead Attorney

Roughly two-thirds of Target employees say it’s a great place to work, but on-the-job injuries still happen.

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Tesla Workers’ Comp: What to Do After Your Injury

By Victoria Muñoz | Lead Attorney

Injuries at Tesla, the world’s leading electric vehicle manufacturer, are not uncommon.

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UPS Workers' Comp: What to Do After a Work Injury in 2024

By Victoria Muñoz | Lead Attorney

If you are a UPS employee with a work injury, learn how you can qualify for workers' compensation benefits.

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Walmart Workers’ Comp: What to Do After a Work Injury

By Victoria Muñoz | Lead Attorney

Walmart is the world's largest retailer with over 2 million employees. With a workforce this large and a multitude of roles, it’s common for workplace accidents to occur.

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