Workers comp support

The Nevada Attorney for Injured Workers is developing an RFP for a new information system to managed injured workers' cases and associated files. The solicitation is expected this month. The new system will consist of two modules, one for case management and another for integrated document management. Workers use the Attorney for Injured Workers free of charge to seek workers' compensation benefits once cases reach the appeals officer. The attorneys represent claimants at the administrative appeals level, the state district courts and the state supreme court. Employer-paid premium and insurer-paid assessments fund the office.

 

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