- Workers’ Compensation
- Denied Workers’ Comp Claims
- Workers’ Comp Medical Benefits
- See A Doctor Of Your Choice
- Workers’ Comp Disability Benefits
- Third-Party Liability In Workers’ Comp
- Construction Accidents
- Industrial And Factory Accidents
- Occupational Diseases And Hazards
- Toxic Exposure
- Heart And Hypertension Conditions
- Repetitive Trauma Injuries
- Vision And Hearing Loss
Representing Injured Parties In Denied Workers’ Compensation Claims
Has your workers’ compensation claim been denied? Do not give up. The majority of workers’ comp claims are denied initially. This does not mean that your claim is not valid or that you cannot get benefits. With a lawyer’s help, you can appeal the denial.
You must be aggressive about getting workers’ compensation benefits. Your employer and its insurance company are not on your side. Their concern is minimizing expense. At Romania Law in Hamden, CT we help injured workers get Connecticut workers’ comp benefits.
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Appealing A Denied Claim
Our attorneys represent clients until they no longer need benefits or until their case settles. The appeals process can be complex, beginning with informal and formal hearings. If necessary, the claim may be reviewed by the Workers’ Compensation Review Board. While rare, claims can proceed from this step to the Connecticut Appeals Court or Supreme Court.
We can get involved at any point in the process, but it is typically best if we get started at the initial application stage. When we help workers complete the application, we ensure that the correct information and medical reports are included. This reduces the chance that the claim will be denied.
If you claim has been denied, we can review it and determine the reason for the denial. In many cases, claims simply do not contain the correct information. We know what the Connecticut Workers’ Compensation Commission wants to see in the application. We also know that you may need to see a different doctor to get an accurate diagnosis. Under Connecticut law, you are allowed to see a doctor of your choice.