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The first 30 days of a serious job injury claim are confusing and scary. Here are a few important tips : Keep a copy of the C-4 Claim for Compensation form that you filled out to start the claims process when you first got medical care. Check it to see whether you were taken … Continue reading The First 30 Days of Your Nevada Work Comp Claim
There is a renewed trend among particular self-insured employers and third-party administrators (TPA’s) in Nevada to send a Notice of Claim Acceptance for "lumbar strain only" on low back injury claims. My fellow claimants’ attorneys are also noticing an increase in claims where adjusters are denying medical treatment for a herniated disc, because the claim was accepted for … Continue reading Are They Calling Your Herniated Disc a Lumbar Strain?
Let’s say that you are injured at work and you go to the clinic designated by your employer for treatment and to fill out a C-4 Claim for Compensation. Within 30 days after the adjuster receives the C-4, the adjuster must either accept or deny your claim. The adjuster will usually call the employer to … Continue reading The Claim Acceptance Letter: What You Need to Know