What To Do If Your Workers Compensation Claim is Denied
Helping Win Workers Comp Claim Denials
Getting a workers compensation claim denied is not an uncommon experience. There could be many reasons for the denial of the claim. One of the most common reasons is that your claim might not have been filed in time. Many states require you to file for workers compensation as soon as possible, usually within the first few days of your accident. It is also possible that your employer disputes your claim of injury. More significant reasons include:
- Your injury possibly not happening at your workplace
- The injury is a pre-existing condition
- Your claim form not being filled out correctly or sufficiently
But no matter the reason your workers' compensation claim is denied, we are here to help. We will follow through with your work injury claim and fight for the money that you deserve. So please, do not hesitate to reach out and learn more about our representation.
Workers Compensation Experience
However, your workers compensation claim is denied does not mean that you do not have a compelling case. Gilbert, Blaszcyk & Milburn, LLP will work diligently with you and pair you up with an expert workers compensation lawyer who will strive to get the proper compensation for your injury. We are here to listen to your case and help plan your legal actions in order to provide you with the best case possible. We have the experience required to handle workers comp cases of all sorts.
Most businesses give denied employees the option to appeal their decision. Contacting your insurer to inquire why your benefits were denied is the first step you should take in this process. Your insurer can tell you in detail why your claim fell through. From that point, you and your workers comp denial lawyer can decide if the appeal is worth pursuing or if you need more information. Through our years of experience in the field, we have become a name you can trust. Learn more about how claims are paid out and what to do if the claim was denied.
Trusted Workers Comp Denial Lawyers
Your lawyer can also review your injury's medical documentation with your health provider. Together, they can determine if a more detailed or specific medical report should be submitted to the judge during your appeal trial. Deciding if there is sufficient evidence of your injury is another way your lawyer and health provider can help your workers compensation case. For these reasons, it is important to document being injured on the job, thus providing a more clear picture of your case. And be thorough. Do not leave out any details. You never know what aspect, big or small, could help you win your case.
Before you begin your process for an appeal trial, having the proper documentation to show the judge is vital. This means you must trust your workers comp denial lawyer in order to receive the benefits you deserve. Our firm has the tools necessary to help you, step-by-step, through this process. The team of lawyers is all well-versed in the procedural process of a workers compensation case. We will leave no stone unturned in our vigilant effort to get you your compensation for your work injury.
Law Offices Throughout New York
If you have been injured on the job in New York or Long Island and your workers compensation claim was denied, contact a GB&M lawyer today. We have an experienced NYC workers comp denial lawyer ready to help your case and get you the benefits you deserve. Don't wait a moment longer. We also offer tips on how you can and should file a workers compensation claim. And if your claim was denied, here is how you file an appeal. Get to know all of your work injury rights when you turn to the Long Island law group of Gilbert, Blaszcyk & Milburn, LLP.
We have workers compensation lawyers across Long Island. If you have any questions, please call one of our Long Island offices. One call provides you with a free consultation about your case and you will be speaking to one of our expert workers compensation lawyers. Our locations across the state are in:
• Patchogue: (631) 447-6500 • Riverhead: (631) 208-9760 • Melville: (631) 421-4725