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Workers Comp: Denial of Claims for Non-Compensable Injuries

Workers compensation pays employees for injuries incurred on the job. Workers compensation claims can be denied for a number of reasons. One of the primary reasons why workers compensation claims are denied is the injury is non-compensable. There are a number of injuries that fall into the non-compensable category.




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