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A denied workers' compensation claim can be challenged

To a worker who suffers an injury while performing the duties of their job, seeking approval for workers' compensation benefits may seem incredibly straightforward. A California resident in this situation may notify their employer of their injury, seek medical help for their ailments, and then file a claim for compensation for the period of time that they are unable to do their job. However, upon receiving a response regarding their claim, the worker may find that no benefits will be provided for their injury.

What is chronic pain and how does it develop?

Pain can last for a short period of time or it can endure for months or even years. When a California resident suffers from pain that lasts for at least three months, their soreness may be classified as chronic pain. Chronic pain can develop from a number of causes, some of which are related to workplace accidents and injuries.

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