Worker Compensation Common Scenarios
Worker Compensation rules can be complex and frustrating. Most injured employee enters into a work injury claim with little to no knowledge of the system. Just like most state and federal laws, not knowing is NOT an accepted excuse for mistakes under the worker compensation. Most injured claimant makes the mistake of not filing because of possibility losing their job. However, when that individual decide to file because he or she is terminated, it is often too late to dispute your injuries with your insurance company.
If an employee, believes that he or she has been involved in a serious injury with symptoms that does not resolved within a week. The employee should file an injury report. Here is how to file an injury Texas worker compensation report. File a form
DWC 41 http://www.tdi.texas.gov/forms/form20employee.html with the Texas department of Insurance to get help. This report will notify the department of an injury. The department will make sure that the employer and insurance carrier are in compliance with setting up a claim for your injury. Often time, the carrier and employer will not file a report until the department initiates it. For that reason, the injured party sometime will not able to start the benefits due to the delay of non-reporting. At Americana Injury, we immediately file your injury and initiate your weekly pay plus medical access to specialist and treatment. Are you ready to dispute your workers compensation injury?