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Top Reasons a Nevada Workers’ Compensation Claim Gets Denied.
By Jason Weinstock on February 7, 2020

Workers’ compensation insurance is a requirement for all employers, with one or more employees. It is meant to protect employer’s from negligence lawsuits when an employee is hurt in the course and scope of employment, but also meant to give the injured worker a remedy and to provide medical and compensation benefits when they are … Continue reading Top Reasons a Nevada Workers’ Compensation Claim Gets Denied.

Appealing a Hearings or Appeals Officer’s Decision.
By Jason Weinstock on January 31, 2020

The deadline for appealing a Hearings or Appeals Officer’s decision is 30 days. This is a shorter time frame than the typical appeal deadline for determinations from the adjuster. Deadlines to appeal are quick, frequent, and jurisdictional in workers’ compensation. Jurisdictional in this sense means that if you fail to appeal a Hearing Officer or … Continue reading Appealing a Hearings or Appeals Officer’s Decision.

The Non-Response (De Facto) Denial
By Jason Weinstock on August 23, 2013

Injured workers have the right to file an appeal if the claims adjuster does not respond to a written request within 30 days.  Attorneys are usually the only ones that know that when the adjuster fails to respond, it is called a de facto denial, and a hearing officer can decide whether the requested benefits … Continue reading The Non-Response (De Facto) Denial