Important Points to Know When You Consider Filing a Worker’s Compensation Claim

Are you worried about an on the job injury and what you need to do about it?

Justiss Goode | F😄M
7 min readJun 18, 2021
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It’s 2021 and the economy is still trying to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic. Although the news talks about an employment crunch and a shortage of workers; ironically, some people are still having trouble finding employment.

With things being as they are, the last thing you may want to have to do is think about filing a worker’s compensation claim.

But whether you want to file a claim or not, if you have suffered an on the job injury or work-related illness, you really don’t have much choice in the matter.

DISCLAIMER: I am not attempting to give either legal or medical advice to the reader. These are my personal views based on firsthand knowledge of the legal process, as a former worker’s compensation claimant.

Continue reading, and you’ll notice some valid points about why you need to file a claim if you are in this predicament, and why you shouldn’t delay.

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Justiss Goode | F😄M

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