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3 FAQs About Independent Medical Examinations

Since filing your workers' compensation claim six months ago, you've been diligent about attending every required medical appointment to treat your injury. While the treatment has helped thus far, your doctors say that more visits will be necessary to ensure a full recovery. Your employer's insurance company, however, wants you to get a second opinion. They have scheduled an Independent Medical Examination (IME) performed by a doctor of their choice, of which you are told your attendance is required.

5 frequently asked questions about workers' comp in Wisconsin

Wisconsin's workers' compensation laws can be difficult to understand. If you've been hurt in the course of employment, however, confusion about the benefits you're entitled to receive can only serve to aggravate your injury. With that in mind, here are answers to five of the most commonly asked questions following an on-the-job injury in Wisconsin.

Could posting on social media hurt your workers' comp claim?

If you're like many people, you share bits and pieces of your life on social media. If you've made a workers' compensation claim, you might want to be careful about what you post because more insurance companies are using social media posts to combat insurance fraud. Your claim could be impacted negatively or even denied because you are not acting consistently with your reported injury. 

What to do if my workers' compensation claim is denied?

Many people in Milwaukee assume that if they suffer an injury on the job that their workers' compensation claims will automatically be approved. But there are many reasons why claims are denied. If you recently filed a claim for benefits only to receive a denial letter, you do have options available. 

Common misunderstandings about worker's compensation

When employees are injured on the job, they often have many questions. How do they apply for compensation? Will their employer cover the costs of care? Can they continue working? These are just a few of the initial concerns that may come to mind. Luckily, the Michigan Department of Consumer and Industry Services has outlined many of the most common concerns about worker's compensation and their answers. Here are a few things to keep in mind that may clarify any questions.

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