What do you do if a former employee who hasn't been with your company for months because they walked off a jobsite and quit submits an injury claim? What if you have an ironclad safety program and have documentation proving that they knew how to run a machine and file a report of accident claiming they were injured on that machine? What if you also had multiple witnesses who stated the former employee told them the injury didn't actually happen on the job? You might think this scenario would be plenty of information for Labor and Industries (L&I) to reject this claim, but unfortunately, you would be wrong. You'd be surprised how hard it is to fight the allowance of bogus claims like this one and how hard it is to navigate the L&I system in general.