- Lost wages, also known as indemnity benefits (if you are unable to work or are forced to work reduced hours)
- Medical reimbursement (including mileage to and from medical appointments)
- Permanent impairment award (if you have a permanent injury as a result of your work injury)
- Vocational rehabilitation services (if you need assistance returning to work)
You may also receive additional benefits outside the Worker’s Compensation system. You may be able to bring a third-party claim if another party was responsible for your injuries. For example, if you are involved in an auto accident, you may be able to gain compensation from the other driver. Compensation would include pain and suffering which is not available through the New Hampshire Worker’s Compensation system.