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I recently resigned from my employer in which I still have

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I recently resigned from my employer in which I still have a Workers Comp claim. Will my claim be denied since I am no longer there? I am also concerned that my settlement will be low.
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My name isXXXXX am a licensed attorney, and my goal is to provide you with excellent service today.

No your claim will definitely not be denied since you are no longer working there.

I'm not sure why you believe your settlement will be low. You may want to contact a local workers' compensation attorney, however, to discuss your case if you want to ensure the best settlement.

I hope the above information is helpful.

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