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Workers' compensation is the insurance coverage most employers are required to purchase or provide to compensate employees who are injured in the course of employment. It generally acts as a substitute for a lawsuit against your employer (although in some instances you may still be able to file a lawsuit to recover for workplace injuries).
But just because an employer is typically required to provide workers' compensation coverage doesn't mean that your workers' compensation claim will necessarily be approved.
What should you do if your workers' compensation claim in denied? Here are five first steps to appealing the denial of your claim:
To learn more about workers' compensation benefits, head over to FindLaw's section on workers' compensation.