Question: I heard that workers' compensation benefits are not too good, so if I want to sue someone, can I?
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Generally speaking, for injuries that happen on-the-job, workers' compensation is the only remedy available to the worker. However, if your injury is caused by someone other than your employer or a co-employee, you may have another lawsuit. Also, if your injuries are caused by a defective object, you may have a lawsuit against the manufacturer and recover full benefits.
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