One of the biggest challenges that clients can face in workers’ comp cases is not knowing how the workers’ compensation system works. The process is one of the things that we always try to explain to our clients. We want them to know what to expect so that they are not caught off-guard, which can cause unnecessary stress. Other challenges include worrying about whether you’ll be able to pay your bills and whether your employer can terminate you. As such, we make sure to move your case through the process as quickly as possible. Of course, how quick it can be moved through is based on the severity of your injuries. However, rest assured that we will get you through the process as quickly as possible so that you’re able to recover and go back to work, whether it’s with your current or different employer.
Another challenge is getting the treatments that you need. We make sure to appeal any denials of treatments because if some critical treatment is initially denied by the insurance company, and you don’t appeal in the required amount of time of 30 days, it can take a whole year to reconsider after they deny a treatment.
Is There Anything Else That Is Important For People Going Through This Process To Know?
One of the most important things to know is that this is a process. It can take time even if everything is done correctly, quickly, and there are no issues with the insurance company. It should be known that insurance companies deny a lot of claims. However, just because your claim is denied, that doesn’t mean that you don’t have a case. If your claim is denied or you didn’t initially report an injury, you should never assume that you’re not entitled to benefits. You should always consult with an attorney. Our firm has been able to pursue claims that occurred three years before being hired. We’ve even handled claims that go back 10 to 15 years. Therefore, it’s wise to consult with an attorney, especially if you’re not sure.
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