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What Happens If My Workers’ Compensation Claim Is Denied in Queens, NY?
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A workers’ compensation claim may be denied for a variety of reasons. If you are ever injured in a work related accident, you can suffer a variety of damages that will limit your ability to provide for yourself or your family going forward. You may be unable to work the same job that you once worked, or you may have new expenses you never had to anticipate to care for your injuries. It is vital once you have been injured to treat for your injuries. There are a lot of complications when it comes to workers’ compensation cases, and you want an experienced workers’ compensation attorney to help bring your claim. Even though an attorney will provide you a better chance, you are not guaranteed recovery just by having an attorney represent you. What would happen if your workers’ compensation claim is denied in Queens, NY? You are able to file an appeal for a denial of workers’ compensation benefits. The Queens workers’ compensation attorneys at Proner & Proner will provide you representation for your workers’ compensation appeal. Contact us today to schedule your free consultation for your workers’ compensation benefits claim.
There are a number of reasons why you may be denied workers’ compensation benefits. Workers’ compensation claims can be very difficult to win, and it is understandable that sometimes the outcome is not in your favor. This does not leave you without any recourse, it just means you have to appeal in order to have a chance to win your claim. Here are the most common reasons a workers’ compensation claim may be denied:
You have a very small window to file an appeal from a workers’ compensation denial of benefits. You only have 30 days to file the appropriate paperwork to advance your claim. If you try to appeal after the deadline crossed, you may no longer be able to appeal your claim, and you will be unable to win benefits. You need experienced attorneys to help you through the process, and our Queens lawyers at Proner & Proner have been handling workers’ compensation claims for years. We want to help you get the relief that you and your family deserve. Contact us today to schedule a free consult with our team for your workers’ compensation appeal.
When you have had workers’ compensation benefits denied, you need to move fast and consult an attorney to get your appeal appropriately filed. Our Queens lawyers at Proner & Proner have experience handling and filing all the appropriate documents that you will need to file after a denial of benefits. We want to help you and your family get the justice that you deserve. Our attorneys will fight for your claim at every possible turn, and we pride ourselves on giving you the best representation possible. Contact the offices of Proner & Proner today to get started on your workers’ compensation appeal. Our offices are located at 60 E 42nd St Suite 1448, New York, NY 10165, and our office number is (212) 500-1003.
Workers' Compensation Verdicts & Settlements
Male, 35: Workers' compensation
Our client was changing a pump strainer on a hot air furnace when he stepped on a board and fell through the ceiling.
Injuries: Herniated disc which required surgery
Male, 27: Workers' compensation
Our client was performing routine maintenance on an air conditioner. He had to use a wooden ladder, which slid on a slippery floor, making him fall.
Injuries: Three fractures in his ankle requiring surgery
Female, 49: Workers' compensation
Our client fell off a two-story-high ladder at her workplace.
Injuries: Multiple fractures of both arms requiring surgery
Male, 59: Workers' compensation
Our client fell into an elevator shaft at his workplace.
Injuries: Five broken ribs, punctured right lung, liver laceration, soft tissue ankle and hip injuries
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