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Settlement of a Workers’ Compensation Claim

My adjuster offered me a settlement. Should I take it?

Maybe. When your adjuster offers a settlement in your workers’ compensation claim, you should take a hard look at all of the ramifications. Does it allow for continued medical care if things worsen? Or is it a one-time payment to close your claim off completely? Either option could be a good move, but it depends on the facts of your case. Remember, you can settle your case anytime in the process. See timeline of a typical case here.

If you have been denied and are getting no benefits, even a small settlement may be wise to accept. These are the types of questions that can be reviewed with your attorney to make sure you don’t settle for too little—or to make sure you don’t miss out and end up with nothing.

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