Denials of Workers’ Compensation Claims

“Reforms” to Workers’ Comp Laws Limit Benefits, Harm Injured Workers
March 18, 2015

Workers’ compensation laws and systems have been around for decades, operating under the basic premise that workers who have been injured on the job would be eligible for benefits in exchange for giving up their right to sue employers after…
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5 Reasons Insurers May Deny Workers’ Compensation Claims (Pt. 3)
May 16, 2014

Wrapping up 5 Reasons Insurers May Deny Workers’ Compensation Claims, here is the conclusion to our three-part blog discussing common ways in which insurance companies may try to deny workers’ compensation claims. Reason 5: Insurers claim you had illegal drugs…
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5 Reasons Insurers May Deny Workers’ Compensation Claims (Pt. 2)
May 13, 2014

Picking up from where we left off in 5 Reasons Insurers May Deny Workers’ Compensation Claims (Pt. 1), here are some more arguments that insurers may use when they are denying claims associated with workplace injuries. Reason 3: Your insurer…
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5 Reasons Insurers May Deny Workers’ Compensation Claims (Pt. 1)
May 7, 2014

After a sustaining an injury on the job, you may find that your employer seems sympathetic to you. However, when it comes time to file a workers’ compensation claim you can be met with some fierce resistance from both your…
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