Workers’ Compensation HearingsDo you have questions about attending workers’ compensation hearings? Watch this video, then contact our Gilbert workers compensation lawyer today.
Question:Should I attend my workers’ compensation hearings?
If you talk to our workers’ compensation attorney, Daniel Garza, he’ll give you a very short one word answer. Yes. However, nowadays, he’ll tell you most of the hearings are done through Zoom and through other technologies, so you don’t have to go there in person. It’s safer for all parties, but merely having you attend he’ll also advise you often is not enough. Medical proof is often the issue in these cases. Now, what does it apply in your particular case? That’s a reason to call and talk to our workers’ compensation attorney, Daniel Garza. He’ll analyze your individual case and tell you what’s needed, but as far as your presence, the short answer is yes, unless you really don’t care about your case, and I know you do.Now, we do have clients that don’t receive notices until afterwards, and their claims – this happens before they become our clients. Their claims get denied, and they don’t even know about it and things like that. That’s even more of a reason to call us and talk to Daniel Garza, our workers’ compensation attorney, because if there’s a way to resurrect your case or save it or sometimes make a new request for a hearing, Daniel Garza is the expert, and he’ll be able to let you know that. Remember, the call is free, the information’s free, and the person who’s going to benefit the most is you.
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