Appealing a Denied Workers’ Comp Claim
Workers’ compensation benefits can be crucial to your recovery following a work-related injury. If you have been injured on the job, receiving your full benefits can help to pay for your medical bills, lost income from time off work, and other injury-related costs. Unfortunately, many workers initially have their claims denied and may assume that they have no way to recover benefits. Our Minnesota workers’ comp lawyers can help you appeal your denied claim to fight for the payment you need.
Minnesota Workers’ Compensation Court of Appeals
If you have had your claim for workers’ compensation benefits denied, you may file an appeal with the Minnesota Workers’ Compensation Court of Appeals (WCCA). During the appeal, a panel of judges from the WCCA will review your claim and you will have the chance to once again argue your case. If your claim was denied because of errors in your original claim or a misunderstanding about your case, these issues can be clarified during the appeals process to maximize your chance of receiving benefits.
How We Can Help
Having an experienced attorney can be especially crucial during the appeals process as he or she can help to point out flaws in the initial decision and present the strength of your claim. At Robert Wilson & Associates, we are committed to assisting you throughout your appeal and providing the thorough, dedicated representation that you need. We can help to clarify any questions you may have throughout the proceeding and will work diligently to help you pursue the benefits that you need.
When you are facing a denied workers’ compensation claim, you need a lawyer that you can trust to build a strong appeals case in your favor. To speak with an experienced Minnesota workers’ compensation lawyer about your case and how we can help you, contact Robert Wilson & Associates today by calling (612) 334-3444.