Can you sue workers compensation for pain and suffering? Workers' compensation won't pay for pain and suffering, but will pay for medical bills and disability from work. In some cases, lump sum payments may be made via workers' comp for major injuries like the loss of a limb or eye.
Can I sue workers’ comp for pain and suffering? Our PA work injury lawyers discuss injured workers' rights to pain and suffering compensation.
In a recent case, the Pennsylvania Superior Court declined to apply the exclusivity provision of the Pennsylvania Workers' Compensation Act. In this case, the workers' compensation insurance company was sued for aggravating a non-work related injury--the plaintiff's mental anguish due to sexual molestation suffered as a child.
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