Denied Workers' Compensation Claims

Mar 14, 2022

Understanding Denied Claims and Your Rights

When it comes to workplace injuries, employees rely on workers' compensation benefits to provide them with financial support and medical care. However, in certain situations, workers' compensation claims may be denied, leaving the injured party struggling to cover medical expenses and lost wages.

At the Law Office of Stanley E. Robison, Jr., we specialize in assisting workers in Chicago who have had their workers' compensation claims denied. With our expertise in workers' compensation law, we can help you navigate the legal process and fight for the benefits you rightfully deserve.

Common Reasons for Denied Claims

There are various reasons why workers' compensation claims get denied. Understanding these reasons can help you build a strong case to overturn the denial. Some common reasons for denial include:

  • Lack of timely reporting: Failing to report the injury to your employer within the required timeframe may lead to a denied claim.
  • Pre-existing conditions: Insurers may argue that your injury is related to a pre-existing condition and not the result of a workplace incident.
  • Insufficient medical evidence: Providing detailed medical records and documentation is essential to support your claim.
  • Dispute over the cause of injury: Employers or insurers may dispute whether the injury occurred while performing work-related duties.
  • Missed deadlines: Missing important deadlines during the claims process can result in claim denial.

Fighting a Denied Claim

If your workers' compensation claim has been denied, it's crucial to take immediate action. Our experienced team at the Law Office of Stanley E. Robison, Jr. can assist you in appealing the denial and fighting for the benefits you deserve.

The Appeals Process

The appeals process involves several steps:

  1. Consultation: We will review your case and gather all necessary documentation to build a strong appeal.
  2. Preparing for hearings: We will guide you through the preparation process, ensuring you are ready to present your case effectively.
  3. Presenting evidence: Our skilled attorneys will present compelling evidence to prove the validity of your claim.
  4. Negotiations: If necessary, we will negotiate on your behalf to secure a fair settlement.
  5. Court representation: In the event of a trial, we will provide exceptional representation in court, fighting for your rights.

Contact Us Today for a Consultation

If your workers' compensation claim has been denied, don't give up on the benefits you are entitled to. Contact the Law Office of Stanley E. Robison, Jr. today for a consultation, and let our experienced team fight for your rights. We understand the complexities of workers' compensation law and will work tirelessly to achieve a favorable outcome for you.

Remember, time is of the essence when it comes to appealing a denied claim. Act now and reach out to our knowledgeable and compassionate attorneys who are ready to assist you. Together, we can navigate the legal hurdles and strive for the justice and compensation you deserve.

Kathy Foxworth
Great resource for understanding denied workers' comp claims!
Nov 8, 2023
Todd Sutherland
Helpful article, provided valuable insight 👍
Oct 9, 2023