My Employer Has Denied My Claim, What Do I Do?
Specialists work closely with the insurance claims adjuster and claimant. They will see that the adjuster completes the necessary paperwork and insure that medical examinations are performed as required. These specialists may also serve as mediators, helping the parties resolve conflicts over case issues. You can contact the Workers` Compensation Division at the Vermont Department of Labor & Industry at the address or number below.
Vermont Department of Labor and Industry
National Life Building
Montpelier, Vermont 056203401
Fax: (802) 8282195
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