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Understanding Workers' Compensation and Third-Party Claims

In this episode of Law Call, our attorneys address a common concern about workers' compensation. Natalie asks if her husband can still file a claim two months after fracturing his thumb at work, despite not reporting the injury immediately. Our experts explain the 30-day notice requirement, the potential for exceptions, and the importance of timely reporting. They also discuss wrongful termination related to workers' comp claims and the possibility of pursuing third-party negligence claims. If you or a loved one has been injured on the job, contact us for guidance and to protect your rights.