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Injured While Traveling For Your Job?

A common question we get involves someone being injured while traveling for their job. Is it covered under workers' compensation? There are many situations & scenarios in which, yes, your injury would be covered by workers' compensation.

  • You have to travel to a work site which requires you travel on a specific path.
  • If you're having to travel to a place of employment that is not your the direction of your employer.
  • If you're injured on a business trip while doing a work-related activity or was sent on the trip at the direction of your employer.
  • You are regularly required to travel to more than work location during your normal workday, and the injury occurred in transit between the two locations.


If you were injured while on the job...and it involved traveling for your Eric, Randy, and Sarah at 515-225-4485.

We'll be more than happy to answer your questions and see if we can move forward with this. If we feel as though you do have a case, we will fight for you to make sure you get the proper compensation.

The insurance companies & employers won't want you to know your rights, so you may be eligible for workers' compensation and not even be aware of it. Don't let them take advantage of you, call us, or visit us at and let us fight for you!

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