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Special Report Helps Washington State Workers Compensation Claimants Get Fair Protection

A special report, Injured At Work, gives Washington’s workers information they need to help them get the settlement they deserve.


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Workers in Washington State who have been injured on the job are finding it challenging to get the medical treatment and compensation they deserve. A special report, Injured At Work, gives Washington’s workers information they need to help them get the settlement they deserve.

The report is free and can be downloaded at http://InjuredWorkerReport.com , it includes five recommendations for steps workers can take to make the most of their case in Worker Compensation system.  
 
"In a lot of ways, the deck is stacked against Washington’s workers,” says Bryan Stubbs, Workers Compensation attorney and author of the special report, ”and the recent Reform Act of 2011 actually eliminates some of the compensation workers used to receive. So, it’s more important than ever that workers do everything they can to protect their case.”
 
The special report includes examples of cases where workers receive less money and where they have become vulnerable to losing potential long term disability benefits altogether. It also provides workers an overview of the new system under the Reform Act of 2011.

Finally, it answers many of the questions injured workers typically have, such as these:

  • Will I lose my job if I report my injury?
  • What if I think the accident was my fault?
  • Should I admit it?
  • Should I take the limited work schedule my company is offering?
  • Can I see my own doctor for treatment?
  • What do I do if my company or insurance carrier tries to force me to see their doctor?

 
Copies of the report are available at no charge, at http://InjuredWorkerReport.com.



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