Workers' Compensation

You have a right to a safe and healthful workplace. If you've suffered an injury on the job, make sure you know what kind of benefits you might receive under workers' compensation coverage. Your employer — who is required to carry workers' compensation insurance coverage — should give you a workers' compensation claim to complete and return to him or her.

In some instances, legitimate workers' compensation claims may be denied by aggressive compensation carriers. An insurer can claim you haven't been injured, or that the injury you've suffered isn't serious enough to qualify for workers' compensation benefits. If this is the case, you may stand to lose critical benefits, such as medical care coverage, financial help and job retraining. If you feel your legitimate benefits have been denied and you live in the xxxxx area, we'd like to talk to you to see if we can assist you through the appeals process.

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