Are you ready to handle a work-related injury or illness? Protect your business and ensure the best recovery for your employee by learning the essential steps to take when filing a workers’ comp claim.
10 Common Questions Claimants Have When Filing a Worker Comp Claim
Being in the insurance or risk management field we often forget that the workers that get injured do not know nearly as much as we know about claims.At times, adjusters forget to take the time needed to properly explain what rights injured workers have when these claims occur, and that can lead to a disconnect between the adjuster and the injured worker. This disconnect can make the claim travel down a bumpy road rather than a nice, smooth, streamlined one Here are some…
How To File A Workers' Comp Claim
Some states and some employers have their own claim forms which need to be completed to get workers’ compensation. Also, their are other options.
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How Long Should You Wait To File a Workers' Comp Claim?
If you are injured on the job, report it immediately. Call Tippens & Zurosky, so we can be your voice, answer all of your questions, and file your claim!
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What if My Employer Retaliates Against Me for Filing a Workers Comp Claim?
The primary purpose of Workers Compensation benefits is to compensate employees for injuries they suffer while at work or performing a job-related activity, without needing to prove who was at fault for the injury. In exchange for these benefits, the covered employees agree not to file a lawsuit against their employer relating to those injuries. …
Should I File a Workers Comp Claim or a Personal Injury Lawsuit?
Many clients wonder, though, what is the difference between a personal injury and workers comp claim? Let our Joplin workers comp lawyer explain the difference
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