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Do I still get workers comp if I've been laid off?
#1

So is it illegal to lay someone off if theyre on workers comp? And can they file for unemployment while also receiving workers comp?

I found this article and it really got me thinkin
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#2

if your employment is covered by FMLA you have 12 weeks of job protection.
https://www.dol.gov/agencies/whd/fmla/final-rule/faq
If you are temporarily disabled and can’t accept a job offer, you cannot collect unemployment.

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I don't know where you are, but in Texas an injured worker can get laid off. Of course, if they do this then the insurance company has to pay benefits. Here's a book about Texas workers' comp laws written for injured workers: *** Link removed. No advertising on the forum please. If you would like to advertise on this site, please call 866-927-2667. ***
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