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Salt Lake City Workers Comp FAQ

A work accident is a serious matter. Even if the injury itself isn’t lethal, the road to recovery may be long, and it can put you out of work for as long as it takes to heal. Getting your workers compensation benefits, then, is vital.

But this process can be confusing. If you have questions, see our Salt Lake City workers comp FAQ below for the steps you can take for your case, or give us a call to get your case started today.

Am I eligible for workers comp benefits?

By law, almost all workers in Utah have workers compensation coverage. Only a few professions, such as domestic house cleaning and some agricultural jobs, do not have this coverage.

What benefits will I receive?

The benefits for workers compensation are coverage for the basic consequences of the accident that injured you. This means any medical bills, especially, but it also covers lost wages if the accident left you partially or totally disabled. It even covers funeral and burial expenses if an accident is fatal.

If the accident is my fault, will I still receive benefits?

In most cases, yes. Workers comp is a “no-fault” system, which means your negligence will not bar you from recovering benefits. However, cases where you intentionally injured yourself or where drugs or alcohol were involved will not likely be valid.

How do I get my workers comp benefits?

Getting your benefits is typically a matter of telling your employer about your work injury and filing a claim. After your injury has been reported, your employer will contact the work comp insurance company, which will take the report to the Utah Labor Commission. If your case is verified as serious enough to warrant coverage, you should receive your benefits soon after.

What if my claim is denied?

If your claim is denied, you’ll likely need to appeal to fight for your coverage. Fortunately, every denial must include a reason. Reasons are typically a lack of medical evidence or pushback from the insurer or even your employer.

How can an attorney help with my workers comp denial?

When your claim is denied, you may need to appeal before the Utah Labor Commission. You’ll need to prove that you need the coverage, which can be difficult. An attorney can fight for you, making sure your case is heard and that you get the benefits you need.

Talk to a Salt Lake City Workers Comp Lawyer

Unfortunately, getting workers compensation benefits is not always as simple as filing a claim. When your claim is denied, you may need a Salt Lake City workers comp lawyer to get you on the right track again.

If you have any remaining questions, give Craig Swapp & Associates a call. We offer free, no-obligation consultations. We can be reached at 1-800-404-9000 or through our online contact form below.

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