Be prepared to appeal your denied workers’ comp claim

| Aug 18, 2014 | Workers' Compensation |

Even though filing for workers’ compensation can be a complex process, it also may seem that an injured worker should have no problem in acquiring workers’ comp. He or she has been injured in a serious workplace accident, and all the injured worker wants is the financial coverage he or she should be entitled to under workers’ comp to help them get by during this period of recovery and rehabilitation. Without that workers’ comp an injured person (or his or her family) could struggle financially for a long time.

That’s why a denied workers’ comp claim is such a brutal and eye-opening experience. Sadly, some people are left out in the cold during a time when they need help the most. Thankfully, there are ways to fight back against such a harsh decision, and our law firm has the experience and skill to support you during your appeal.

Appealing a denied workers’ comp claim doesn’t have to start with a legal battle in court. You still need to bring in our legal experts to help you early in the process — but we can call an insurance adjuster and attempt to negotiate an acceptable deal for you.

However, if such mediation doesn’t work out, we will be with you every step of the way to contest your workers’ comp claim in court. We will organize your case to make it as thorough and ironclad as possible, showing a judge that the harm you have suffered on the job necessitates financial help.