Denied Claims: Securing Workman’s Compensation

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Has Your Workers’ Compensation Claim Been Denied?

If you have been injured on the job and your workers’ compensation claim has been denied, do not despair. This is a common practice among employers and their workers’ comp insurance providers. Even when overwhelming evidence exists that their employee was injured on the job, employers will often claim no injury occurred.

Some of the most common reasons employers deny claims include claiming that:

  • Your injury is the result of a pre-existing condition.
  • Your injury did not occur while you were working.
  • You do not have sufficient medical documentation.
  • Your injury is not severe enough to warrant compensation.
  • Your injury would allow you to do other work.

We approach denied claims with an aggressive, thorough approach. Our workers’ compensation lawyers consult with physicians and other medical professionals who help us assess the full extent of our clients’ injuries. We will investigate all aspects of your accident to determine the facts about how you got injured and how your injury impacts your ability to work.

Contact a Pennsylvania Workers’ Comp Lawyer

If you have been injured at work and your workers’ compensation claim has been denied, we are here for you. Contact us today online or by telephone at 412-672-5444 or toll free at 800-392-4529 to speak with a knowledgeable Pittsburgh denied claims lawyer.

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