You could get cut off from workers’ compensation insurance for any of these reasons:
You need to cooperate with your medical treatment and show that you’re making every effort to recover from your injury.
But insurance companies can’t stop your benefits for just any reason.
They can’t deny your benefits because you missed one doctor appointment, for example.
Saying you’ve abandoned medical treatment in general isn’t a valid reason to deny your benefits.
You don’t have to accept their rejection.
If you’re not fully recovered, a workers’ compensation attorney can fight your employer and its insurance company to continue all the benefits you’re entitled to receive.
You can start with the Workers’ Compensation, LLC, law firm by getting a free initial consultation on your case.Get My Free Evaluation!
There are steps you can take to counter an attempt by your employer or the insurance company to stop your workers’ comp.
Your individual situation will determine the best course of action for you.
You should work with experienced workers’ comp lawyers because they will know your options, they have experience negotiating with insurance companies, and they know how to appeal a benefits denial in the special workers’ comp legal system.
That can include taking your case to workers’ compensation court.
Keeping your benefits can make the difference between struggling financially or fully moving on after your workplace injury.
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