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  1. #1
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    Default Employer Goes Out of Business

    My workers compensation claim was made in the State of: California

    Hi,
    What happens if you have made a claim, or are off injured and Scheduled for surgery, etc., and the employer files bankruptcy or goes out of business. Does your case go away, or are you taken care of until it is settled? Thanks

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    Default Re: Employer Goes Out of Business

    Your ER is not paying benefits, the IC is. Your ER is the insured party, once the carrier accepts the claim, you are covered for the duration...wage replacement is paid for 104 weeks/max, PPD based on impairment, and medical for life, or until you cash out the claim.

    Benefits are not based on continued employment, or your ER business decisions.

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    Default Re: Employer Goes Out of Business

    Thank you very much!

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