Dayton Denial Of Workers' Compensation Benefits
Despite how you may be feeling, a denied workers' compensation claim is not the end of the world. In fact, many claims are initially denied.
Individuals who have suffered work-related injuries and illnesses may wish to seek an appeal of a denied workers' compensation claim. Of course, a claimant has a greater chance of successfully recovering benefits during the appeals process compared to an individual who simply accepts the denial.
The attorneys at Hochman & Plunkett serve Ohio clients during the workers' compensation claims and appeals processes. To speak to a Hochman & Plunkett lawyer for the denial of workers' compensation benefits, please contact us online today.
Has Your Workers' Comp Claim Been Denied?
If your claim for workers' compensation benefits has been denied, do not be discouraged. A denied claim does not mean that you will never get compensated. At this point, it is advisable to speak to a workers' compensation attorney about your legal options. A lawyer may advise you to pursue an appeal of your denied claim.
If I Get Injured At Work, Do I Automatically Get Workers' Compensation?
No. Workers' compensation benefits are not automatic after a work-related injury or illness occurs. It is necessary to apply.
There are specific steps that should be taken in order to position yourself for success. At Hochman & Plunkett, we have lawyers who focus exclusively on workers' compensation. When you choose to work with our law firm with your workers' comp initial application or appeal, you will be working with lawyers who have specific experience in this area.
The workers' compensation claims and appeals processes are detailed and document-heavy. We are one of the few law firms that has a dedicated medical billing staff to ensure that your medical bills are paid once your claim is approved. We also have a sophisticated processing system in place to make sure that your claim is processed properly and efficiently, and that you receive the benefits you are entitled to.
Contact Us Today: Remedies For Denial Of Workers' Compensation Benefits
To schedule a free consultation with a skilled workers' compensation attorney with years of experience, please call one of our Ohio office locations:
- Dayton: 937-684-4607
- Cincinnati: 513-276-4022
- Springfield: 937-688-2551
- Troy: 937-524-0115
- Columbus: 614-699-5970
- Toll Free: 877-623-6863