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Under Nevada workers' comp law, the burden of proof is on the injured worker to show that it is more probable than not that the injury or claimed occupational disease is work-related. This makes it very difficult to get a claim accepted if your doctor isn't certain that your injury or illness should be treated under a comp claim. Your doctor may think that you should instead be getting treatment using your health insurance, assuming you still have health insurance.

Remember, it is the initial treating doctor at the first clinic that fills out the bottom half of the C-4 Claim for Compensation form. The doctor must check a box "yes" or "no" that the injury is directly work-related. If the doctor checks the "no" box, or puts a question mark, the insurer or its third-party administrator (TPA) is sure to deny the claim.

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