Sachi Clements

Attorney

Sachi Clements has served as a legal editor at Nolo, specializing in employment law and workers’ compensation law. Before joining Nolo, Sachi practiced law for several years in San Francisco, first representing injured plaintiffs in personal injury lawsuits, then advising businesses on employment and corporate matters. Sachi received her law degree from the University of San Francisco School of Law, where she graduated  magna cum laude.


Articles By Sachi Clements

Nevada Workers’ Compensation Claims: Eligibility, Filing, and Appeals
Learn about your rights under the workers' compensation system in Nevada.
Oregon Workers’ Compensation: Filing, Benefits, & Appeals
If you are injured at work in Oregon, you can file a workers’ compensation claim. Your workers' comp claim, if allowed, will entitle you to various benefits depending on your circumstances, including payment for medical treatment, lost wages, and physical impairment resulting from your workplace injury.
Arizona Workers' Compensation: Filing, Benefits, & Appeals
If you are injured while on the job or you become ill with an occupational disease due to toxins or other conditions at your job, you have the right to have your medical bills paid and to receive cash benefits through Arizona's workers' compensation program.
Louisiana Workers' Compensation Claims: Eligibility, Filing, and Appeals
Virtually all employers in Louisiana are required to carry workers' compensation insurance. As in the rest of the country, the workers' compensation system in Louisiana is a no-fault system designed to compensate injured workers for medical bills, lost wages, and permanent impairments resulting from their injuries.
Wyoming Workers' Comp Claims: Eligibility, Filing, and Appeals
In Wyoming, virtually all employers must carry workers’ compensation insurance through the state. The workers’ compensation system in Wyoming is a no-fault system that compensates injured workers for medical bills, lost wages, and permanent impairments resulting from their injuries.
If You Can Return to Light Duty After a Workers' Comp Injury, Does Your Employer Have to Hire You?
In most states, when a worker is able to return to light duty while treating for a work injury, the employer must provide light-duty work if it is available.
Montana Workers' Comp Claims: Eligibility, Filing, and Appeals
The workers' comp system in Montana compensates injured workers for medical bills, lost wages, and permanent impairments resulting from their injuries. If your workers’ comp claim has been denied, or you have a dispute with the insurance company about your benefits, you can challenge the insurance company’s decision.
Utah Workers’ Compensation Claims: Eligibility, Filing, and Appeals
The workers’ compensation system in Utah is a no-fault system designed to compensate injured workers for medical bills, lost wages, and permanent impairments resulting from their injuries.
Indiana Workers’ Compensation Claims: Eligibility, Filing, and Appeals
Nearly all employers in Indiana are required to carry workers’ compensation insurance for their employees. As in every other state, the workers’ compensation system in Indiana is a no-fault system designed to compensate injured workers for medical bills, lost wages, and permanent impairments resulting from their injuries.
Ohio Workers' Compensation: Filing, Benefits, & Appeals
Workers' compensation benefits in Ohio include medical treatment, lost wages, and compensation for permanent impairments. Workers’ compensation in Ohio is administered by the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation. Individuals working in Ohio who suffer an industrial injury or illness are likely to

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