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We make your legal matters our priority.

At WCLN, our experienced team boasts over 20 collective years of skillfully guiding our clients through the intricate workers’ compensation system. Certified by the Nevada Justice Association, our legal representatives hold the prestigious title of Certified Specialists in Workers’ Compensation Law. Our primary objective is to champion your cause as an injured worker, ensuring you receive your entitled benefits.

We ardently pursue compensation for your medical expenses and lost income, advocating on your behalf not only with your employer and insurance companies but also in the judicial system. Navigating the tight deadlines within the workers’ compensation system can be daunting, and the procedural intricacies are often perplexing. Moreover, employers may not always disclose your rights – we ensure you’re informed.

Rest assured, we dedicate ourselves tirelessly to your case, providing unwavering support and expertise every step of the way.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is workers’ compensation in Nevada?

Workers’ compensation is a state-mandated insurance program that provides medical and wage replacement benefits to employees who are injured or become ill due to work-related activities.

How do I report a workplace injury or illness?

You should report your injury or illness to your employer immediately, preferably in writing. Your employer will then provide you with a workers’ compensation claim form.

What should I do if my workers’ compensation claim is denied?

If your claim is denied, you have the right to appeal the decision. Consult with an attorney who specializes in workers’ compensation to guide you through the appeals process.

Who is eligible for workers’ compensation benefits in Nevada?

Most employees in Nevada are eligible for workers’ compensation benefits. Independent contractors and some agricultural workers may not be covered.

How long do I have to report a workplace injury or illness in Nevada?

You should report the injury or illness as soon as possible, but you have up to 7 days to report it without affecting your benefits. Waiting longer could jeopardize your claim.

Is there a time limit for filing a workers’ compensation claim in Nevada?

In Nevada, you generally have 90 days from the date of the injury or illness to file a workers’ compensation claim. However, it’s best to file as soon as possible to avoid potential complications.


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