Was Your New Jersey Workers Compensation Claim Denied?
Even following all the proper procedures for your worker’s compensation claim, there are still times where your claim will be denied. Some of the more common reasons include missing deadlines or your injury is not severe enough for a claim. In many cases, you are denied because your employer is disputing the claim.
The fact is many employers and insurance companies will try anything to prevent paying your claim. They can claim that your accident didn’t happen on the job or the injury was not caused by the accident. Or even you didn’t have surgery for your workplace injury, even though you did seek medical attention after. Whatever the cause may be, you’re now stuck with medical bills and not sure what to do next.
What Your Next Steps Should Be After a Denied Claim
So what should your next steps should be? The first thing you should do is contact the Law Offices of Anthony Carbone. For more than 26 years, our Jersey City personal injury lawyer has helped hundred with their workers compensation claim throughout New Jersey.
After contacting us, this is what will happen next:
- We will attempt to contact your employer or workers compensation insurance company to discuss why you were denied. Sometimes it can be just missing the proper paperwork.
- Once we find out what the reason is for the denial and discussing your options, we will then proceed with an appeal.
- At the appeal hearing, you will be required to present all the medical information and any evidence to support your claim.
Keep an Eye on the Deadlines!
Remember to keep an eye on time limits, this is important. And remember, before you submit any claim in New Jersey, you should consult an experienced workers’ compensation lawyer to make sure a denial is not in your future. If you have issues with a workers’ compensation claim, contact Jersey City law firm the Law Offices of Anthony Carbone today for a free consultation.