If you are handling your claim on your own, then you can contact the insurance adjustor assigned to your case. However, keep in mind that the insurance adjustor is not there to help you or assist you. They do not even have to tell you what the law is or even the truth about your case. So use caution when speaking with and agreeing to what the insurance adjustor tells you. If you decide to seek legal assistance with your workers compensation case then you would contact your attorney with questions about your benefits. You may or may not need an attorney in your case.
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