What Most Insurance Companies, Claim Adjusters, And Employers Don’t
Want You, the Injured Worker, to Know!
Keep Reading This Special Report That Reveals:
- Insurance companies’ tactics (Workers Compensation)
that can adversely affect your health & financial future.
(You’ll be shocked at what they get away with!)
- How many employers unknowingly break the law and what
you must do to protect yourself.
- Why the “Worker’s Compensation Appeals
Board” is your friend!
- What to do if your case has been “denied”
or your care has been “unauthorized.”
- Why the ”RIIOD” form is so important!
- Why your health care professional must have in-depth
knowledge of the Worker’s Compensation Labor Codes and preferably
not be a ”company doctor.”
- What to do if you are not happy with your health care
- What to do if Kaiser, Aetna, and Blue Croos/Blue Shield
Shield (your HMO) won’t treat your work injury.
- How to determine if the pains you are having are work-related.
- And Much More…
Dear Madame or Sir,
Few things are as important as your employment, and more
so, the income it provides you. Without that income, mortgages or
rents don’t get paid, food does not get put on the table,
and life can become very stressful, very fast. Few things are worse
than financial stress.
When you are hurt on the job, and unable to work, the workers
compensation insurance carrier becomes your source of income, making
you feel like they have great power over you. That too is stressful.
Especially When They Don’t Pay You, Or Deny You Your
Getting hurt on the job can even make you feel as though
your job is in jeopardy. It is often for this reason that you may
not get the care or benefits you may be entitled to, or take the
actions you should take, simply because you are afraid to do anything
about your situation or injury without the employer or insurance
company’s approval. All too often this lack of action can
backfire on you and by the time you realize it, your relationship
with your employer or the insurance company has changed and you
no longer feel as though they are looking out for your best interests.
Further, your completely legitimate claim to benefits may have been
reduced by following the advise of the insurance company (Workers
Compensation) in seeing one of their “preferred doctors.”
In many cases the claims adjuster handling your case may be quite
pleasant and friendly, and may in fact be doing a good job. But
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