workers' compensation benefits denial lawyers

After an injury at work, most workers file for workers' compensation benefits. Unfortunately there are situations in which workers' comp benefits are denied. This can be incredibly frustrating especially when you are trying to focus on your recovery after your injury.
At the office of King, Kitrick, Jackson & McWeeney, LLC, our attorneys have extensive experience handling a wide range of workers' compensation-related issues, including benefits denials. We take the time to review your entire workers' compensation case, from initial filing through the denial paperwork. Our attorneys are dedicated to uncovering the basis for the denial and challenging the workers' compensation insurance provider in order to get you the benefits you deserve.

The services at our Monmouth County and Ocean County lawyers provide are comprehensive. Even if you filed for workers' compensation on your own or with the help of another legal representative, our firm can step in at any point and help you move forward with your claim.

Contact a workers' compensation attorney at our office today at (732) 920-8383. We can answer your questions regarding a delayed or denied claim.

Reasons For Denial
There may be a number of reasons that your initial claim for workers' compensation benefits was denied. The workers' comp insurance provider may deny due to questions regarding:

• When the injury actually occurred
• If the injury occurred away from the job
• If the injury was the result of a pre-existing condition
• Whether or not any injuries were actually sustained
• Whether or not a doctor deemed the need for you to be out of work or considered you disabled due to your injury

If any of these, or other reasons, are given as reasons for denying your claim, it may mean that we need to collect and present additional documentation. Once your claim has been denied, it may be possible to file a workers' comp appeal in order to still obtain the benefits that you are seeking.

Contact Us To Discuss Workers' Comp Denials In New Jersey
Let us help you take action against the third-party whose negligence resulted in your life-altering injuries. Our attorneys are highly skilled in the areas of workers' compensation and third-party claims. Contact us by calling (732) 920-8383 or email us to schedule a consultation.

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