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December 19, 2007

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Andrew Neil

If you or a loved one has been injured at workplace, you may be entitled to workers compensation benefits and the two most asked about is medical and wage replacement benefits.The injury must be reported to the employer's insurance company immediately.If not reported within the prescribed period, the workers compensation claim may be rejected. Employees may be required to submit medical records documenting the visits, or they may be asked to consult company recommended doctors in order to make sure their claims are valid. If your claim is wrongly denied by your employer, you may be able to pursue legal action to gain the compensation you require. You may be able to argue your case and get your employer to take a closer look at your worker's compensation claim.

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