Workers' Comp Denial Lawyer in Loveland
Has your workers' compensation claim been denied?
Workers' compensation laws can be extremely complex and difficult to understand. Claims are often denied because of mistakes made in the documentation of medical evidence or other accident-related information, the employee did not agree to an independent medical examination, or the necessary paperwork wasn't filed on time. It can be very distressing to find the financial support you were counting on to pay medical medicals and supplement lost income was disapproved.
If your workers' compensation claim has been denied for any reason, ask a Loveland workers' comp attorney to review your case and the reasons given for the denial. A skilled lawyer will look for ways to challenge the denial and can discuss other legal options you many have regarding injury compensation. Don't stop fight for your rights to benefits if your claim has been denied. Get competent legal advice from a knowledgeable
workers' comp attorney at Busch Law Offices who has extensive experience in filing and appealing denied claims.
Loveland Workers' Comp Denial Attorney
When a workers' compensation claim has been denied, the employee can file a petition to have the claim re-examined. A workers' compensation claim is usually denied because:
- It was decided the injury occurred due to a pre-existing condition
- The injury was not considered to be severe enough to require benefits
- It was determined the injury was not work-related
The determination that an injury was the result of a pre-existing condition can be a matter of medical opinion versus medical fact. Workers' comp lawyers at our firm are thoroughly familiar with the appeals process and will know how to substantiate your claim with additional information from health care experts. We can also petition the Court of Appeals to review the matter if an appeal has already been denied by the Division of Workers' Compensation and/or the Industrial Claim Appeals Office.
Contact a Loveland Workers' Comp Denial Lawyer
if your workers' comp claim has been denied to have your case reviewed and for assistance with a claim.