If You Receive A Massachusetts Workers Compensation Denial …
Oftentimes workers compensation insurance companies deny claims. Injured workers rightfully become upset when they receive a workers compensation denial letter. A claim can be denied for a variety of reasons. The reasons may, or may not be, legitimate. Regardless, if you were hurt at work you should be compensated. Here are some things you can do when your claim is denied:
1) Fight back and hire a workers compensation lawyer. The insurance company has their lawyers, do you have yours? Hiring an experienced workers compensation attorney sends a message to the insurance company that you are serious about receiving the full cup of rights you are entitled to under Massachusetts law.
2) Never sign anything sent to you by the insurance company! The insurance company may send you letters they need you to sign. Make sure to sign nothing the insurance company sends to you, or you run the risk of hurting your case and giving the insurance company an unnecessary advantage against you.
3) Continue to receive the medical treatment you need. Just because your claim was denied does not mean that should affect the accident-related medical treatment you receive. Be sure to stay on top of your medical appointments and make sure to stay out-of-work should your doctor ask you to. If you are unable to work, be sure to get a note from your doctor that takes you out of work.
The worst thing you can do is not fighting a workers compensation denial. Don’t let the insurance company try to take away your rights. If you have a good case, the chances are strong you can win your case.
If you were hurt on the job, contact us us today for your free, no-obligation phone consultation to see if you have a case we can help you with. We are ready to help you with your Massachusetts workers compensation case.