The United States rolled out workers’ compensation insurance programs in every single state across the nation in 1949. Up until last year, when Texas decided to kick its worker’s compensation coverage requirements into the proverbial bucket, every state maintained a workers’ compensation program since all states started the tradition some 70 years ago. Unfortunately, even if you legitimately, seriously injured yourself in your line of work, the state you live in might return your claim to receive workers’ compensation payments with a big, fat DENIED stamp on it. Here are several reasons why workers’ compensation claims are denied across the United States.
You Better Have Immediately Sought Medical Attention
Government agencies that are responsible for awarding people with workers’ compensation payments to replace the wages they would have earned if they hadn’t been injured can do basic math. In other words, if you don’t immediately check into a hospital or … Read the rest