My Claim Was Denied; Now What?
When your workers’ compensation claim is denied, it can be overwhelming and frustrating. Law Office of Jack L. Stillman, P.A., has helped clients throughout Pennsylvania assert their rights. We are here to guide you in the right direction from beginning to end. You can rest assured that your concerns are our top priority. Let us help you when it matters most.
Understanding The Appeals Process
When examining a case, courts will look at a number of factors to determine whether your claim is valid. Unfortunately, they don’t always rule in your favor. There are many reasons as to why that might happen. For example, if you did not notify your employer within the allotted time, that can be an issue. You also might not have been treated by an approved medical provider or didn’t receive treatment at all. Other times, your employer may dispute your claim.
Regardless, it is important to remember that you can fight the court’s decision. In order to do so, we must file an appeal. This must be done within 20 days of receiving the letter that states your claim was denied. We then provide evidence as to why you are rightfully entitled to compensation. Our firm is here to help you through this complicated process. Having an experienced attorney during this time is of the utmost importance.
Call Today To Get Started
The timeline to file an appeal is short, which means it is important to act quickly. To learn more about your options and how we can help, call our office in Manalapan today at 732-333-8942. You can also fill out our contact form.