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On June 4, 2020, the Senior Appeals Officer at the Nevada Department of Administration, Appeals Division, released a statement regarding the Department of Administration’s plan to reopen. June 4, 2020, also marked the start of casino reopening, a major step in the economic recovery for Nevada. The Senior Appeals Office is putting in place a … Continue reading Workers’ Compensation COVID-19 Update (6/5/2020):
It was on March 17, 2020, that Nevada Governor Sisolak closed all casinos and gaming establishments in Nevada and recommended the closure of all “non-essential” businesses. This has led to non-essential surgeries being cancelled, massive layoffs/furloughs, and the partial closure of the Department of Administration. Below is an update on how Coronavirus impacts workers’ compensation. … Continue reading Update on How Coronavirus Impacts Workers’ Compensation.
The Nevada workers’ compensation community includes, but is not limited to injured workers, claimant’s attorneys, the Department of Administration, healthcare providers, third-party administrators, insurers, employers, and defense attorneys. The Coronavirus is affecting workers’ compensation for everyone in some way or another. The effect of the Coronavirus on Nevada’s workers’ compensation community is being felt the … Continue reading How the Coronavirus Has Been Affecting Nevada’s Workers’ Compensation Community.
If I Get the Coronavirus Will Nevada Workers’ Compensation Cover My Missed Work and Medical Expenses?By Jason Weinstock on March 14, 2020 Posted in Information Center
With growing concern over the Coronavirus (COVID-19) the last few weeks, many are asking, “If I get the Coronavirus will Nevada workers’ compensation cover my missed work and medical expenses?” The answer is… probably not, unless you are a first responder or health care provider (paramedic, doctor, firefighter, or police officer). This is extremely concerning … Continue reading If I Get the Coronavirus Will Nevada Workers’ Compensation Cover My Missed Work and Medical Expenses?