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Workers Compensation Denials
Has your workers’ compensation claim been denied?
Being denied workers’ compensation can be a very upsetting experience. When you have been the victim of a workplace accident and are unable, per the law, to sue your employer to obtain the financial assistance you need, this denial can leave you with nothing. If this has happened to you, consult with an Atlanta workers’ compensation attorney right away. They can review your claim, identify the best way to address the situation and help you with your appeal.
The remedy for your denied claim may involve presenting additional evidence as to the circumstances and causes of your injury. This can require liaising with medical experts and obtaining their testimony on the subject. The remedy may involve addressing a conflicting report by your employer regarding whether or not the incident was a workplace accident. This can be addressed in a number of ways and the involvement of a legal professional usually assists such situations to be concluded more directly and honestly.
Workers’ Compensation Lawyer in Atlanta
At the Law Office of Neil Flit, we are committed to doing whatever it takes to fight for a just outcome to workers’ compensation case. Our experience in this area allows us to see potential solutions wherever they exist and not to be thrown off by some of the tactics that insurance companies use. If your employer is directly involved in the dispute, we will remain sensitive to the fact that you are professionally active in that environment. We have the ability to address the situation with tact while remaining firm as to our objectives and yours. It’s important you take action and don’t give up hope, as help is available.
Contact an Atlanta workers’ compensation lawyer for immediate assistance if your workers’ compensation claim has been denied.