Recent Posts in Claim Denial Category

  • Why Was My Workers’ Compensation Claim Denied?

    Your employer has an obligation to provide a safe work environment to ensure no employee is injured while performing his or her duties. Unfortunately, some employers fail to do so and, as a result, injuries happen. If you were injured on the job and pursued a workers’ compensation claim that was denied, you do not have to accept this as the final word on this matter. The workers’ compensation ...
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  • What Do I Do If My Workers’ Comp Claim Was Denied?

    Part of what stops many people from filing a workers’ compensation claim is the fear of denial. However, denial is far from the worst outcome. In the state of California, employees can appeal a denial of a claim by requesting a hearing in front of your local Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board judge. The hearing is an informal trial where the judge will listen to both sides of the case and make a ...
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  • Reasons Why Employers Dispute Workers' Comp Claims

    Injured employees rely on workers’ compensation benefits to pay their bills and make ends meet while they recover and lose out on days, weeks, or more of work. After finding out that their employer has disputed or denied their claim , it can be outright devastating to an injured worker’s livelihood and wellbeing. Refiling or creating an appeal may be an option but, in the meantime, the immediate ...
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