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Laying Out the Workers
Compensation
Insurance Claim
Process: Steps,
Coverage, Cost​
What is Workers Compensation Insurance? ​
• Workers compensation insurance is designed to protect workers from being fired...
Workers Compensation Claims
– A Brief Overview ​
• According to AFL-CIO, workplace hazards kill and disable more than 100,...
How To Get Started On Your Workers Compensation
Claim Process ​
• Step One: Report the Injury To Your Employer As Soon As ...
Information Required To File a Workers
Compensation Claim​
• Personal details (name, address, age,
phone number, etc.)​
• ...
Who Can File Workers Compensation Claims? ​
• You're qualified to file a workers compensation claim only if: ​
• You are a...
What Does Workers Compensation Insurance Cover?​
• Wage replacement benefits​
• Medical treatment​
• Vocational rehabilita...
Things You Can’t File A Workers Compensation
Claim For​
• Stress​
• Psychiatric Injuries​
• Self-inflicted Injuries​
• Inj...
What Are The Types Of Injuries Covered By Workers
Compensation Insurance?​
• Covered injuries include: ​
• Temporary total...
Some Policies That Include Workers Compensation
Insurance​
• Farm Insurance​
• Food Truck Insurance ​
• Nursing Insurance​...
Your employer is legally obligated to pay you workers' compensation
benefits if an injury occurs at work that's not relate...
The Complete Guide to Workers Compensation  Claim Process
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Workers compensation coverage is designed to protect workers from being fired or having their wages reduced for reporting injuries on the job. In exchange for having this protection, workers cannot sue their employers for work-related injuries.

To learn more read our blog; https://www.agencyheight.com/workers-compensation-claim/

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The Complete Guide to Workers Compensation Claim Process

  1. 1. Laying Out the Workers Compensation Insurance Claim Process: Steps, Coverage, Cost​
  2. 2. What is Workers Compensation Insurance? ​ • Workers compensation insurance is designed to protect workers from being fired or having their wages reduced for reporting injuries on the job.​ • Employers are required to pay a percentage of the wages earned by an injured worker as compensation.​ • According to a study conducted by Statista, there are about 127 million full time employees in the country. ​ • Workers compensation insurance is mandatory for employers who have more than three employees. ​
  3. 3. Workers Compensation Claims – A Brief Overview ​ • According to AFL-CIO, workplace hazards kill and disable more than 100,000 workers each year.​ • There are many things to consider when dealing with this type of insurance, including cost, coverage, and steps involved in the process. ​ • People often don't know how best to navigate the workers compensation insurance claim process without help.​
  4. 4. How To Get Started On Your Workers Compensation Claim Process ​ • Step One: Report the Injury To Your Employer As Soon As You Can​ • Step Two: Make Sure Your Paperwork Is Filled Out And Submitted​ • Step Three: Your Employer Reports The Accident and Files The Claim​ • Step Four: Your Claim Is Either Approved or Denied​ • Step Five: You Return To Work​
  5. 5. Information Required To File a Workers Compensation Claim​ • Personal details (name, address, age, phone number, etc.)​ • Private bank account number and location code​ • Parent company name​ • Insurance policy number​ • Social security number​ • Hire date​ • Current wage structure​ • Date of injury incident​ • Date of diagnosis/ doctor’s check up​ • Type of injury​ • Body part where injury was sustained​ • Witness information (if any)​ • Cause of accident​ • Name of the place where you received medical treatment ​ • Number of days you received treatment ​ • Anticipated return-to-work date​
  6. 6. Who Can File Workers Compensation Claims? ​ • You're qualified to file a workers compensation claim only if: ​ • You are an employee at the given company.​ • Your employer carries workers compensation insurance. ​ • The injury was caused due to a work-related incident. ​ • You meet your company’s as well the state’s deadline to report the injury and file the workers compensation claim. ​
  7. 7. What Does Workers Compensation Insurance Cover?​ • Wage replacement benefits​ • Medical treatment​ • Vocational rehabilitation​ • Ongoing care​ • Funeral costs​ • Disability benefits​ • Other benefits​
  8. 8. Things You Can’t File A Workers Compensation Claim For​ • Stress​ • Psychiatric Injuries​ • Self-inflicted Injuries​ • Injuries caused due to fights​ • Accidents while commuting​ • Injuries caused if/when committing a crime​
  9. 9. What Are The Types Of Injuries Covered By Workers Compensation Insurance?​ • Covered injuries include: ​ • Temporary total disability (For example: fractured limbs)​ • Temporary partial disability (For example: neck fracture)​ • Permanent total disability (For example: loss of sight)​ • Permanent partial disability (For example: loss of sound in one ear)​
  10. 10. Some Policies That Include Workers Compensation Insurance​ • Farm Insurance​ • Food Truck Insurance ​ • Nursing Insurance​ • General Contractor Insurance​ • Professional Liability Insurance​ • Business Owners Policy (BOP)​
  11. 11. Your employer is legally obligated to pay you workers' compensation benefits if an injury occurs at work that's not related to an accepted job risk. Get in touch with an agent to know more about the process!​

Don't struggle to get the best insurance agent in your locality, visit https://insurance.agencyheight.com/ and have the liberty to choose between multiple insurance agents. Workers compensation coverage is designed to protect workers from being fired or having their wages reduced for reporting injuries on the job. In exchange for having this protection, workers cannot sue their employers for work-related injuries. To learn more read our blog; https://www.agencyheight.com/workers-compensation-claim/

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