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Workers’ Compensation: Eligibility

Workers' compensation is an insurance program mandated by the state to provide compensation to employers who suffer in jury as a result of work. This no-fault system (providing benefits without proving liability) pays eligible workers for medical coats and lost wages. As a result, the employee cannot sue the employer. (There are a few exceptions to this rule.)

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Workers’ Compensation: Denials

When a worker is injured on the job and the injury is work-related, its very possible they have a valid claim for workers' compensation benefits. Each state's workers' compensation system reviews claims and provides benefits to ensure that workers are covered in at least a limited way for injuries and employers aren't sued every time a worker is indeed injured.

Most employers are required to carry workers' compensation insurance. But that doesn't mean that every workers' compensation claim is a slam dunk. There are many reasons why a claim may be denied. If you are injured on the job, you should always keep in mind the following so that your claim may receive the consideration it merits.

Below are some common reasons workers' compensation claims may be denied:

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