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Workers' compensation injury investigation It’s imperative for insurance carriers to perform thorough investigations before making determinations regarding the compensability of each and every claim. (Image: Shutterstock)

Once an insurance carrier is notified of a work injury, it is required by law to promptly investigate the injury and determine whether the claim is compensable within 21 days under Section 406.1 of the Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Act.

Before any decision is made on each claim, one can only assume that at the very least these investigations involve:

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