How long do I have to make a claim for workers’ compensation benefits?

If primary liability is admitted on your injury, there is no statute of limitations. That being said, it is better to bring your claim sooner rather than later. If your claim is denied, you may have three years or six years within which to bring a claim, depending on whether your employer filed a Notice of Primary Liability Determination. Contact us to discuss the specific time frames that may apply to your case.

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