West Virginia Workers’ Compensation provides medical and financial benefits to workers who are injured in the course of and as a result of their employment in West Virginia. Your injury may be a traumatic injury (broken arm or back) or a disease caused by your job (hearing loss, ect.). This means that if you were hurt at work in West Virginia, while you were performing work-related duties, you may be entitled to benefits. 

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