What happens if the workers’ compensation carrier is inconsistent and does not pay my benefits on time?
Employers and workers’ compensation insurance carriers must pay any claims promptly and expeditiously. If claims are not paid on time, then the Department of Worker’s Claims will fine the employers and/or the insurance companies responsible. Not paying out compensation promptly or at all is a violation of the Unfair Claims Settlement Practices Act.
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- Can I get workers’ compensation benefits from an employer that does not have workers’ compensation insurance?
- Do Kentucky employers have to offer workers’ compensation to an injured employee?
- Is there any segment of the working population that is not covered by the Kentucky workers’ compensation law?
- What happens if an employer does not offer workers’ compensation?
- What happens if the workers’ compensation carrier is inconsistent and does not pay my benefits on time?
- What injuries are covered by the Kentucky workers’ compensation law?
- Who is covered by Kentucky’s workers’ compensation?
Marty fought for me when the insurance company denied my claim. We sued and got the insurance limits.