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Blog Posts in 2018

  • How the Workers’ Comp Appeals Process Works

    If your workers’ compensation claim was denied, this is not the end of the road for you. The next step would be to move forward with the appeals process. For many, this is likely a first-time experience, which means you might be unclear about how to process works. First, it is vital that you seek the assistance of a skilled legal professional who is experienced in handling such cases. He or she ...
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  • How to Move Your Workers’ Comp Claim Case Along

    Workers’ compensation cases can take quite some time and, if this is the first time you have ever filed one, you might feel like it is taking forever. While it is important to have patience and to keep in mind that it can be several months or years before an insurance company reaches a resolution, there are a few ways to speed things along. Here are some tips to help you pick up the pace on your ...
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  • Things to Know Before Settling Your Claim

    When you receive a lump sum settlement offer for your workers’ compensation claim, chances are you might be tempted to take it, especially if you are facing some serious medical expenses, but you need to think carefully before you decide whether or not this is the best decision for you and your future. Taking the time to weigh the pros and cons of this option can help ensure that you are not taken ...
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  • How Long Do I Have to File a Workers’ Compensation Claim?

    When you sustain an injury in your place of work, it is imperative that you understand what is required of you to ensure you receive the workers’ compensation benefits you are entitled to. Failing to do so might result in your inability to receive any of these vital benefits, which is absolutely the last thing you want or need. Meeting certain deadlines for submitting necessary paperwork is among ...
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  • Brain Injuries Are Common in Many Occupations

    Employers are obligated to provide a safe work environment for their employees to prevent them from sustaining avoidable injuries. Unfortunately, not all employers take this responsibility seriously and, as a result, workers are harmed. Some of the most common accidents that occur in the workplace lead to brain injuries, which can be mild or incredibly severe and life-altering. Whether you work in ...
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