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Concurrent Employment

Published June 20, 2011 by Matt Fendon Law Group | Firm News

Did you know that if you are working two jobs and are injured on one of them, the date of injury employer is responsible for lost wages on both jobs? Insurance carriers frequently leave out wages from other employers when employees are working two jobs when calculating an injured worker’s average monthly wage. This is just another reason to consult with an attorney when you are injured on the job. Please feel free to contact Fendon Law Firm for questions about your case. We offer free consultations.

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