I was out of work for 10 days, but they only paid me for one week. Can the insurance company do that?
Honest folks who do their best for you and treat you well.
Mark of Oskaloosa (Factory Worker)
I was recommended to go see Corey by a friend of mine and former co-worker. Corey was great to deal with throughout the process. He called me back within a reasonable amount of time and was available to meet with when I wanted to talk to him face to face. He told me how the process would go and we were able to settle my case before going to trial. Thankfully I was able to go back to work after my shoulder injury which required surgery. Corey settled my case so I will be protected in the future should things change.
Scott of Des Moines (Delivery Driver)
I can honestly say that I would not have been able to withstand all that I have fought through in the last 3 years if I had not had Joanie taking care of everything, resolutely battling through all of my legal and medical issues. I also would not have recovered to the point that I have without her professional and humane care. I was blessed to have her as my lawyer and will send any compatriot in need of legal counsel her way as I am sure that she will provide them with the same proficient, considerate, and thorough care that I received.
Sydni of Marshall County, Iowa
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Yes. You do not get paid for lost wages for the first three days you are out of work, unless you are out of work for 14 days or more and then the insurance company is supposed to pay you for the first three days. Learn more about what you should be paid
here or in our Workers Compensation guide.