Going to Court for a Workers’ Compensation ClaimHave you been injured at work and have questions about going to court for a workers’ compensation claim? Contact us for a free consultation in Arizona.
Question:Will I have to go to court for a workers compensation case?
If you talk to Daniel Garza, our workers’ compensation attorney, he’ll say this: If your benefits have been cut off or your medical treatment cut off, the short answer is yes. That’s the way that we can get those benefits restored.Nowadays, the answer is no; most of the hearings are done through Zoom or in other ways electronically. Is a hearing going to be required? Yes. If it wasn’t possible, your benefits would probably be cut off forever. If you talk to Daniel Garza, our workers’ compensation attorney, he’ll explain in more detail. He’ll show how it relates to your case. That’s why having a workers’ compensation attorney to represent you makes all the difference. If you’re going to try to do it yourself, ask yourself this: Did they see the best doctors to back up? The answer is generally no and so the administrative law judge may go with what the company doctor said or the so-called independent medical examiner said. You can say that’s not fair but that’s not going to win your case. Remember, in a situation like that, call us. The call is free; the information’s free. If your benefits have been cut off and your medical treatment’s been cut off, the one who’s going to benefit the most by making that call is you.
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