Contested Workers’ Compensation ClaimsIs your insurance carrier blocking your claim? Check out this video about contested workers’ compensation claims and then call our office for guidance.
Question:What happens when a workers’ compensation claim is contested by the insurance carrier?
Daniel Garza, our workers’ compensation attorney, is asked that quite often, and his answer is you did the right thing because you called because on your own, you can file a protest and request a hearing on your own, but in most cases, if you don’t at least consult with a workers’ comp attorney like Daniel Garza, it’s going to be kind of like the lamb going to the slaughter, especially if you don’t have the medical proof to back up your claim, then you will be slaughtered. At least call and talk to Daniel Garza, our workers’ compensation attorney. He’ll explain how long the hearings take, what can be done in the meantime, and how we can refer you to top medical experts that can bolster a claim.If you just going into the hearing and go, “I don’t think what Dr. Smith said is right,” you aren’t going to win. That’s why it’s so important to call in that situation. If your claim’s been denied, call and talk to our workers’ compensation attorney, Daniel Garza. The call is free, the information’s free, and if you choose to have our help, you never have to pay out of pocket. Only if we get benefits that you weren’t getting, that’s the only time that we get paid, and it’s well worth it if you weren’t getting any benefits before. Remember, the call is free, the information’s free, and call us because the one who’s going to benefit is always you.
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