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Do you know how to file for workers' compensation? If you're injured on the job, workers' comp can potentially help take care of your medical expenses and wages while you're recovering.
These benefits aren't automatic, however. There is a process for filing a workers' compensation claim; if you fail to follow the steps in a timely manner, you may have to pay for your injury on your own.
That's why it's important to get familiar with the workers' compensation process. Here are the steps you'll generally need to take in order to file a workers' comp claim:
While many workers' comp claims are straightforward, the process doesn't always work as smoothly as it should. If your claim is denied, if your employer isn't cooperating, or if your injury involves a complicated set of facts, then it may be best to consult an experienced workers' comp attorney in your area to help you get the compensation you deserve.
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