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7 Ways Employers Can Reduce Attorney Involvement in Work Comp Claims
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Attorney involvement in workers’ compensation claims drives up the cost for the employer and can reduce the value payout of the claim for the employee. Across the US, 44 percent of all lost-time claims had attorney involvement. The median cost of a lost-time claim including attorney involvement is 4.25 times higher than a lost-time claim without attorney involvement. What drives employees to hire an attorney? What can employers do to reduce the number of workers’ compensation claims that involve an attorney?

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