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14
Apr

Five Tips to Claim Your Workers’ Compensation

Workers’ compensation is insurance that employers must carry to pay for accidents and illnesses that affect employees while on the job. However, filing a claim doesn’t automatically generate a check to pay for medical bills and lost wages. Here are five important workers’ compensation tips to know when you file a claim. Immediately Report an Injury to Your Supervisor For

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18
Nov

A Basic Guide to Filing Workers’ Compensation Claim in California

All employers in California are required to carry workers’ compensation insurance. Employers with no workers’ comp insurance policy may face criminal and civil penalties. When you file a workers’ comp claim, you have to deal with your employer’s workers’ comp insurer. If there is a dispute regarding any aspect of your claim, the Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board will resolve the

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25
Oct

Independent Contractors and Workers’ Compensation: An Overview

Workers’ comp insurance is a policy that provides coverage to employees (and independent contractors). The policy will pay for any medical expenses and lost wages resulting from a work-related injury. Some independent contractors prefer to carry their own health insurance coverage for work-related accidents, but this type of coverage will not pay for lost wages. However, the final decision is

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9
Sep

Understanding the Basics of Workers’ Compensation Fraud

Fraud occurs in almost every industry. It is especially common when it comes to workers’ compensation cases. The fact is many workers’ compensation claims are fraudulently filed in an attempt to make money without actually being injured. It’s important to understand how the fraud process works and what steps can be taken to avoid it. Claim Mills Fraud Claim mills

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5
Aug

A Basic Guide to California Workers’ Compensation Claims

Every state sets its own rules on workers’ compensation. California requires businesses with at least one employee to have a workers’ compensation plan in place. By enrolling in a proper plan, your company will comply with state regulations and be protected from costs that may arise from workplace accidents. Here’s a look at what a business needs to know about

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