Don’t Be Afraid To Fight Back If Your Application For Workers’ Compensation Benefits Is Denied
There may be nothing that is more disheartening than having a legitimate claim for workers’ compensation benefits denied by your employer or its insurance company. What you may not understand is that this is business as usual for them. They make the denial of claims a regular part of their process as much as submitting the application for benefits is for you.
Many injured workers make the mistake of walking away upon the first denial. This is exactly what your employer and the insurance company want from you. If you take them at their word when they deny your claim, they get away free without any further obligation to you. Do not cheat yourself out of the benefits you deserve. Seek the advice of a lawyer who will fight to protect your rights.
Aggressive Representation From A Respected Oklahoma Workers’ Compensation Attorney
At Litton & Chaney Law Firm in Oklahoma City, we have been protecting the interests of injured workers for nearly 30 years. We know how upsetting it can be to have your claim denied with no apparent recourse available. We take the time to fully review your case and give you an honest assessment regarding the viability of your claim.
Employers and their insurance companies attempt to take advantage of workers’ lack of knowledge about their rights under the law. When you hire our firm, you will send a clear message that you will not be sent away with a simple denial. We are known throughout the Oklahoma legal community for our knowledge of the law, our thorough preparation and our commitment to obtaining the best possible outcome for our clients.
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We know that having a claim denied is discouraging, but it is not the final word on the matter. Far from it. Contact our Oklahoma City office to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your case in more detail. You can reach us by phone at 405-896-9724 or contact us via email to arrange an appointment.