Who decides if I qualify?
In most cases, the insurance provider will evaluate your initial claim and decide if you qualify. Some states review initial workers' compensation claims through their respective workers' compensation review boards and make a determination.

Not all states review initial workers' compensation claims. Many only require the workers' compensation review board to engage in disputed claims. If a claim has been denied by an insurance company, and the injured worker disputes this decision or files an appeal, it is usually the workers' compensation review board that mediates and ultimately makes a determination regarding the case.

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