Denied Workers Compensation
Have you been denied workers compensation? Often times, employees find, much to their sorrow, that their workers’ compensation claim has been denied by the Workers’ Compensation Board. The consequences of such an eventuality are that you could end up receiving benefits far smaller and/or fewer benefits than you think you deserve.
Denied Workers Compensation | What You Can Do
If the Workers Compensation Board denies your claim, or your workers’ compensation benefits are much smaller than you think they should be, it is in your best interest to hire a dedicated. experienced and skilled workers’ comp lawyer. Hiring a workers’ compensation attorney will benefit you enormously in all probability. Because of your lawyer’s thorough understanding of the nuances and the intricacies achieved as a result of a workers’ compensation claim, they will identify certain critical steps you may have missed.
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Denied Workers Compensation | Process to Follow
In the event of a denial, there is a process in place to enable you appeal your case. Firstly, you will need to file an appeal with the Workers Compensation Board. Next, you will attend a hearing where a judge will decide whether to overturn your denial or award your additional compensation. While you are not required to have an attorney present for this hearing and appeals process, hiring one to advise you will secure the best possible outcome from this process.
Denied Workers Compensation | We Can Help
We use our experience, skill, and commitment to injured workers’ rights to secure the benefits to which our clients our entitled. We are flexible with our meeting schedules, and we return after-hours communications promptly. You can trust our law firm’s reputation for attentive personal service with your workers’ comp case.
Contact Cole, Sorrentino, Hurley, Hewner & Gambino, P.C., online or call to arrange your initial consultation with one of our Buffalo Workers Compensation Lawyers. We welcome the opportunity to represent you.