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Home » Articles » Legislative ‘Reforms’ Reduce Benefits for Injured Workers

Legislative ‘Reforms’ Reduce Benefits for Injured Workers

Insurance companies lobby for changes in laws providing benefits to injured workers under no-fault systems citing rising healthcare costs, but the limitation of benefits often leaves injured workers with few options to obtain medical care or income replacement the laws were designed to provide.

The current trend toward denying injured workers’ claims underscores the need for those injured on the job to retain an experienced workers’ compensation attorney to provide guidance and options, and take legal action if necessary.

Source: NPR