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One can be denied employment based on past workmen's claim. the nature of the claim could deter employment. the type of injury verses the type of job one is applying for could be a reason for denial. Denial based on the severity and type of injury permanent the claims if investigated would remain on the employee benefit if receiving benefits.

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Q: Can one be denied a job based on past workman's com claims And if so can those claims come off your background?
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