Are You Facing Denied Claims?
In a denied claim to reduce the number of employer-employee lawsuits, each state employs their version of a workers’ compensation system. Under workers’ compensation, employees are entitled to financial benefits if they are injured while performing their job duties. In exchange for these guaranteed benefits, they agree not to sue their employer if an injury occurs.
Unfortunately, this system doesn’t always work correctly, and legitimate claims are denied. If this happens, you need the help of RP Law Group to collect the compensation to which you are entitled.
Why is my claim being denied?
There are many reasons why a workers’ compensation claim may be denied, but some of the reasons we see frequently include, but are not limited to:
- Insufficient evidence or documentation
- Failure to report the injury promptly or at all
- Failure to seek treatment from an employer-approved physician
- Pre-existing conditions
What Happens After a Denied Claim?
There is still hope if your workers’ compensation claim got dismissed improperly. If you have faith in your employer’s ability to assist you with this problem, you can approach them first and ask for assistance in contacting their insurance provider. However, if you feel that your claim got refused to save money, you should contact RP Law Group.
We’ll assist you in filing an official appeal with the relevant state agency and handle all conversations with your employer, their insurance carrier, or both. If those options fail, we can file a lawsuit against your employer and fight the case in court. Whatever happens, we’ve got your back and won’t stop until you get the Workers’ Compensation benefits you deserve.
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