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Asked on: 1/17/12, 10:52 am

Isn't it the employer's responsibility to inform an injured employee that there is a time limit to file a workmans comp claim?

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Answered on: 1/17/12, 10:55 am by Mike Helfand

Honestly it's not. You have to look out for you which is why most people get an attorney. Hopefully it's not too late. Call me at (800) 517-1614 if you'd like to discuss your situation.


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Answered on: 1/17/12, 4:52 pm by Nima Taradji

No. Your employer has no fiduciary duty to tell you about the governing laws.


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