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  • Construction Injuries: Workers’ Compensation & Wrongful Termination
    Construction Injuries: Workers’ Compensation & Wrongful Termination

    Many injured construction workers are hesitant to file for workers’ compensation because they’re understandably afraid of losing their jobs. In theory, workers’ compensation protects employees by ...

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  • Common Injuries & Illnesses Prevalent in the Coal Mining Industry
    Common Injuries & Illnesses Prevalent in the Coal Mining Industry

    Despite advances in technology, coal mining remains one of the most dangerous professions in the world. Miners frequently suffer fatal and non-fatal injuries and illnesses that are relatively foreign ...

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  • What Do I Do If I'm Denied Workers' Comp Benefits?
    What Do I Do If I'm Denied Workers' Comp Benefits?

    Montana’s workers’ compensation insurance program is designed to provide immediate benefits for individuals who are injured at work regardless of the type of injury. However, there are certain factors ...

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  • Do Workers' Comp Benefits Change with Occupation?
    Do Workers' Comp Benefits Change with Occupation?

    Workers’ compensation laws are often complex, and many individuals are unaware of how the insurance coverage may apply to them. One question that most workers have is whether or not the benefits of ...

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  • Back Injuries: A Common Type of Bakken Workplace Injury
    Back Injuries: A Common Type of Bakken Workplace Injury

    Back injuries can range in severity from relatively minor muscle or tendon sprains to severe injuries such as fractured vertebra involving spinal cord damage. Mild to moderate injuries often occur as ...

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  • How Do I Appeal a Workers' Comp Denial?
    How Do I Appeal a Workers' Comp Denial?

    As an injured worker, you are eligible for a number of rights, such as monetary compensation for your medical bills. However, not all workers’ compensation claims are accepted as they should be. ...

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