Social Security Disability
Your credibility is crucial to the survival of your claim. In many cases, the insurer will take your statement to assess the validity of your claim. As mentioned earlier, be honest and accurate. Typically, you will be asked about prior accidents and medical care. It is important that you take time to consider whether or not you have had prior accidents and any prior medical care that you have received.
If your claim is accepted you will receive a Notice of Acceptance from the Workers Compensation Insurer. The Notice of Acceptance will list the conditions which the insurance company has claimed responsibility and has designated as related to the on-the-job injury. It is only these conditions that the insurance company will pay to treat. If your doctor restricts you from working, your will recieve temporary disability payments. You should receive these payments every two weeks and they should equal 66% of your average weekly wage.
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