Ways to handle insufficient workers’ comp benefits
Regardless of the severity, workers who have been injured while doing their jobs should receive sufficient benefits for recovery. Unfortunately, families are often left struggling with a great financial loss when insurance companies become negligent in assessing their claim. Injured workers and their families may take the following actions to prove the workers’ compensation benefits they received were insufficient:
- Investigate why the benefits are insufficient.
- Collect all papers, such as medical records, supporting one’s injury claim.
- Make a detailed summary of all expenses, including receipts, related to injury treatment.
- Seek legal advice from an experienced attorney.
A workers’ compensation attorney may be able to help you determine if the benefits you are receiving as an injured worker are sufficient. If you suspect that your insurer has been negligent in releasing your benefits in Minnesota, an attorney at Robert Wilson & Associates could work for you. Find out how we can help you get your much-needed benefits by calling (612) 334-3444.