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How Can Workers’ Compensation Claims Be Disputed?

Published on Jun 25, 2021 at 12:05 pm in Workers' Compensation.
How Can Workers’ Compensation Claims Be Disputed?

When you’ve been injured at work, you might file a workers’ compensation claim to recover what you’re owed from your employer. Workers’ compensation claims don’t require you to prove your employer was at fault, which is why they’re so important to file. Even if you were partially at fault for your injuries that you suffered on the job, you can still file for workers’ comp and recover financially.

However, sometimes your claim can be disputed. This could happen for a number of reasons that you should know about. This can be confusing and make you feel like you aren’t sure how to proceed with your claim. Having a workers’ compensation lawyer on your side can help you feel more secure in your claim and can answer all of the questions you might have when it’s been disputed.

Let’s take a look at the different ways workers’ compensation claims can be disputed.

What to Do If Your Employer Denies Workers’ Compensation

Published on Jun 25, 2021 at 11:46 am in Workers' Compensation.
What to Do If Your Employer Denies Workers’ Compensation

Different jobs have different levels of danger associated with them, depending on what you have to do to complete the tasks you’re assigned. However, every worker should always be as safe as possible while on their jobsite and shouldn’t be at risk of injury. When a worker is injured on the job, they could likely file for workers’ compensation, but what if the employer denies the claim?

Whenever you suffer an injury at work, you could use the help of a workers’ compensation lawyer. At Corban Gunn, Attorney at Law, we’re here to fight for your rights and ensure you get the financial compensation that you deserve for your damages. And if your employer denies your claim, we’ll be here to challenge them.

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