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Preventing workplace accidents should be first and foremost on an employer’s agenda. However, what should an employer if an accident does occur? Taking appropriate steps at the time of—or as soon as possible after—a workplace accident benefits all parties.

Ensuring an injured worker receives beneficial and necessary medical treatment is of the utmost importance. In addition to benefiting the employee’s health, taking swift action may allow employers and insurers to limit or lessen workers’ compensation exposure on a claim, as well as institute policies and changes to prevent future accidents and claims.

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