Injured Workers Guide Published by WorkersCompensation.com.

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Downloadable E-Book, "Where Do I Start? A Simple Guide For Injured Workers" now available to help those in need of assistance in the workers' compensation system.

WorkersCompensation.com has announced the successful publication of it's first e-book for injured workers, "Where Do I Start? A Simple Guide For Injured Workers". The e-book covers a variety of issues and provides critical information on navigating the maze of workers' comp. Additionally, those purchasing the book get a 30 day access to WorkersCompensation.com's Preferred Members' Area, providing advanced research tools and other critical information, including an exclusive Injured Worker Support System.

"We are thrilled with the response to the e-book, and realize that we have met a critical need in this area", says Robert Wilson, President of WorkersCompensation.com, LLC. "Workers' compensation can be extremely confusing and intimidating for those new to the system, and this e-book is designed to help those people. Initial sales confirm that this was a greatly needed resource."

The current e-book, available for $9.95, covers universal information for workers' compensation on a national basis, and state specific books are currently in production. The costs for producing the state specific books will be underwritten by exclusive sponsorships for each book, as well as it's related online Members' Area. Additionally, the company is offering, when released, a state specific e-book at no charge to those who purchase the national e-book.

Those interested in purchasing the e-book may do so at http://www.workerscompensation.com/e-book.htm

WorkersCompensation.com, LLC is the nations leading source of information and services dedicated to employers, employees and the workers' compensation community. It serves millions of people a year providing information and services related to workers' compensation.

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