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If you are injured at work in any way, your employer should be notified immediately. Brain injuries are unpredictable. What seems like mild bump on the head today can become a major problem in the future. The first step to protecting your rights is reporting the injury.
How Is My Work Injury Case Resolved or Settled? Your case is resolved when there is an agreement between you and the claims administrator or a judge issues an order about your workers’ compensation payments and future medical care that will be provided to you. In order to protect your rights, whether or not you are represented by an attorney, settlements must be reviewed by a workers’ compensation administrative law judge, to determine whether they are adequate.