Workers Comp Appeals
The workers compensation appeals process is complicated.
If you are dealing with a denied workers compensation claim, have had payments eliminated or are dealing with the BWC or your employer, you will likely have to go through a workers compensation hearing. It’ll be your word against your employer, the doctor and the BWC. Without powerful legal representation, you may receive no benefits or an unfair, “low-ball” settlement that will not cover medical bills, needed vocational rehabilitation or your lost wage and hours claims.
After your hearing, if either side disagrees with the decision, several legal options are still available. Either side can appeal the decision. Further appeals are allowed to the courts and thereafter, if accepted for review, to the Court of Appeals.
Plenty of lawyers say they know workers compensation law, but we have over 30 years of experience. You could be out of work for a long time, and with no workers comp payments or treatment, you could be financially in ruins.
Don’t go it alone. Call us today at 614.486.3249 or use the free case evaluation form. Of course, our discussion is confidential and there is no obligation.
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