Do legal terms confuse you? Is the jargon that your company's insurance provider uses making an already-complex process even worse? If so, you've found the right resource. We have a series of common glossary terms that you may find throughout the workers' compensation filing process. We've complied a list of glossary terms designed to help you understand the complicated workers' compensation process. Here are some terms you might find beneficial: Workers' Compensation Terminology Administrative Law Judge Alternative Work Appeals Board Benefits Structure Claim Form Contingency Fee Date of Injury Death Benefits Disability Evaluation Unit Maximum Medical Improvement Medical Provider Network Modified Work Permanent Disability Permanent Partial Disability Benefits Primary Treating Physician Temporary Disability Temporary Partial Disability Benefits Temporary Total Disability Benefits Total Permanent Disability Benefits Qualified Injured Worker Qualified Medical Evaluator Regular Work State Disability Insurance Vocational Rehabilitation Workers' Compensation Appeals Board Workers' Compensation Insurance Workers' Compensation Insurance Rating Bureau Another Resource: A Workers' Compensation Attorney One of the best resources you can turn to when confused by workers' compensation terms is a workers' comp attorney. Workers' compensation lawyers work on contingency, which means they're not paid unless you win your claim. If you need to speak with a workers' compensation attorney, please fill out our Free Evaluation. That will put you in contact with a workers' comp attorney in your area for a free claim review.