Denied Workers’ Compensation Claims In The Los Angeles Area
Learning that your work injury claim has been denied is a devastating setback. Delays in getting workers’ compensation benefits are often nearly as troubling because bills pile up quickly and create major financial strain for workers and their families. Please do not give up or lose hope. Instead, get counsel right away from experienced lawyer who knows what to do.
Your Lawyer For Workers’ Comp Appeals In The San Fernando Valley
You are far from alone if you have had your legitimate Los Angeles area workers’ compensation claim denied. You may not understand the insurance company’s reasons for the denial, but attorney Peter M. Hsiao has the knowledge to determine and contest them. In fact, he has extensive “inside” insight into work comp insurers’ tactics from having defended their interests in the past. This may be an essential asset for you.
Peter M. Hsiao will personally analyze your case and determine the best strategy for getting you the benefits you deserve. This may require:
- Challenging a doctor’s medical opinions through a cross examination
- Negotiating directly with the insurance company in the effort to resolve the dispute
- Requesting a hearing before an administrative law judge
- Preparing and taking your case to trial
- Filing a Petition for Reconsideration with the California Workers’ Compensation Appeal Board (WCAB) if there is an adverse decision
Call 213-984-2678 Right Away If You Have A Workers’ Compensation Problem
As you can see, the processes and options involved in appealing a California workers’ compensation claim rejection — or any other decision about benefits that adversely affects you — are complex. Deadlines are strict, so there is no time to lose in getting qualified legal representation. For a free consultation with experienced lawyer Peter M. Hsiao, contact us now by telephone or email.
You do not pay any fees upfront. Attorney’s fees are contingent upon the benefits you receive and are determined by a workers’ compensation judge. Fees customarily average 15 percent of the settlement or benefits obtained.