Workers’ Comp Settlement Offer: What If The Workers’ Compensation Insurer Will Not Settle?
A common myth about workers’ compensation cases is that the insurance carrier for the employer must make a settlement offer if the employee is permanently disabled or has a permanent impairment as a result of the workplace injury. This is not the case. An insurance company is not required to make a settlement offer in a workers’ compensation case. With that in mind, what is required by the insurance carrier for your employer?
Benefits For a Workers’ Compensation Claim
In most workers’ compensation claims, you have three basic benefits.
ONE: Your reasonable, related medical expenses are paid in full by the insurance provider or the employer. In either case, you should not be required to pay any of the reasonable, required medical expenses related to your workplace injury. At times, what is “reasonable, related, and required” can be debatable. A Boca Raton workers’ compensation attorney can help ensure you receive this benefit as required by law. […]