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Denial of Benefits & Filing a Claim Petition

Once the injured employee gives the employer notice of his injuries, the employer or its insurance carrier must agree that the injury or illness is work-related before benefits are paid. If the employer or insurance carrier denies the claim, the injured worker must file a Claim Petition to be heard before a Workers’ Compensation law judge who decides which party will prevail.  If you need to file a Claim Petition for your on-the-job injury, it’s time to call the Philadelphia Workers’ Compensation attorneys of PearsonKoutcher, LLP.

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How Our Workers’ Compensation Attorneys Can Assist You

Our Philadelphia Workers’ Compensation attorneys understand the complexities of a successful Workers’ Compensation claim against an uncooperative employer or insurer. We will carefully and comprehensively gather the evidence to support your claim and file a thorough and accurate Claim Petition with the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation. At the claim hearing before a Workers’ Compensation judge, we will passionately argue your position, skillfully presenting proof of the cause, severity, duration and residual effects of your job-related injury or illness. We will competently present a solid case supporting your claim that will likely include your testimony, along with your doctors’ expert opinions about your condition and the medical treatments necessary for your optimal recovery.  We will zealously cross examine employer witnesses and doctors who may provide an opinion consistent with the insurance company’s position.

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If Your Claim Is Denied, Contact Our Philadelphia Workers’ Compensation Lawyers

At PearsonKoutcher, LLP, our workplace injury attorneys fight for the compensation you deserve and the resources you need to move forward and make the best possible recovery – both physical and financial. Your employer’s insurance company will be represented by an experienced Workers’ Compensation attorney.  You should be represented by one too.  If your employer denies your claim for Workers’ Compensation benefits, contact PearsonKoutcher, LLP, immediately to talk to an experienced, competent attorney who has only YOUR best interests in mind.

Pearson Koutcher Law
1650 Arch Street
Suite 2501
Philadelphia, PA 19103

(215) 627-0700

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