How Workers Comp Cases Settle?

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Workers compensation cases are settled once the insurance company has finished their investigation. If they find out that you are in the right, you will receive a settlement.
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The best way to settle a work comp case is to hire a work comp attorney. The attorney will have you visit the correct doctors and keep track of your injury. Once
you and the attorney decide that you are well again. The work comp company will send you to their doctor. Once all the records are in from both doctors you will feed to go before the work comp judge. However before you do go in front of the work comp judge attorneys from both sides may approach you with a settlement. You can find out more information here: www.legallawhelp.com
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1. Verify your injury is of the type that would qualify for a settlement. Injuries incurred on the job must be covered by workers' compensation in every state of the United States
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Like 20% lose on a shoulder? Or 80% use of a knee which will need to be replace three times because of an individual age?
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Call your company's insurance carrier and ask them. However if you got a lawyer involved they may not be able to do anything now because your attorney is handling your affairs. And
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Your attorney probably told you that the insurer will settle when it is in their (not your) best interest to do so. Thus, if they think it is cheaper to pay you $100,000 now rather
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