Important Questions When Your Claim Is Denied
1. Should I appeal a claim denial?
Learn about appealing your claim denial here.
2. How do I pay for an attorney?
An attorney is only paid if you win the claim. Read about attorney fees here.
3. How do I prove my claim?
This article discusses how claims are proven.
4. What happens at a Workers' Compensation hearing?
Check out this article to find out what happens at a Workers' Comp. hearing.
5. Can I resolve my claim with a settlement?
This article discusses settlements of disputed workers' compensation claims.
Even If Your Claim Is Accepted, You Should Know:
1. Even if your claim is accepted, the insurance company may not have taken full reponsibility for your claim.
Read this article to learn about your Notice of Acceptance.
2. My insurance company enrolled me in a Managed Care Organization. What is this?
Managed Care Organizations, or MCO's, place another layer of bureaucracy between you and your medical care. Learn the truth about the MCO's here.
3. My doctor asked for approval for medical care, but it was denied. What can I do?
When any benefit for an accepted claim is denied, you can appeal. Learn more about appealing denied medical care here.
4. The Workers' Compensation carrier wants to resolve my case. Should I?
When you settle an accepted claim, you are giving up all of your rights except for the right to request future medical care. Learn about settlement of accepted claims here.
5. My claim was closed recently. What are my options?