These aren't very serious things, I don't think, but it got me thinking. If I get an injury at UPS--which seems likely over an extended period--and that injury makes me unable to work my job, that's me staying home with no pay, right? What I was wondering is what's covered under workers comp. Just the doctor visit? Doc visit and medical costs? So, if I got injured to where I couldn't work, I'd have to just find another, less physical job; because, I couldn't make expenses--even if UPS was responsible (I'm not saying they always or even mostly are, just let's presume that they were) for my injury. I'm also almost at the year mark, if that makes any difference, at the end of Jan '15. I've heard you have to 'prove' that it happened at UPS. Wouldn't proof be that the only physical thing I do--I hardly do anything physical, including walking, outside of UPS--that's pretty much evidence, isn't it?