Category Archives: Denied Claims

How to Handle a Denied Workers’ Compensation Claim

When a Workers’ Compensation claim is denied, it can be a frustrating experience. Even when you have a legitimate injury, you may have to go through the appeals process. Employers and insurance companies will dispute a claim and use any evidence they can to prove their case. The judge may grant in their favor, depending on the circumstances of the evidence and the case. However, hope is not lost. There is still the appeals process.

Why Appeal?

When you have an injury, it is important for you to rest and recover. An injured worker may not be able to work in the same position, but could be put in a different position temporarily. Depending on the extent of the injury, the worker may have temporary disability and be required to stay out of work.If the worker lost the case for compensation, the injury quickly...
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Why Workers’ Compensation Benefits are Often Discontinued or Not Approved for

According to NYS law, if you are hurt or become disabled while on the job, you are entitled to receive workman's compensation. If, at any time, during this period, you find out that your benefits are going to be terminated, and you are still unable to perform your on-the-job duties, you need to contact a Suffolk County Workers' Compensation attorney. Our attorney, Robert Golan, PC is trained in every aspect of the law governing disability and work tirelessly to see to it that you receive the benefits you are entitled to. (more…)...
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