Workers’ Compensation Denial Appeals
Fighting for Your Right to Compensation
Few things can be more disheartening than receiving a denial for your workers’ compensation claim. Having represented injured workers throughout the state of Maryland for more than 50 years, our Maryland personal injury attorneys understand how much injured workers and their families depend on these benefits. During these difficult times, we encourage all those who have had their claims denied to remain positive and to seek the experienced legal assistance and support that Peter Angelos, P.C. can provide.
If you or your loved one has recently had a workers’ compensation claim denied, you have the right to appeal the decision with the Maryland Workers’ Compensation Commission (WCC). In order to file an appeal, you must submit a formal claim with the WCC to request a hearing, during which you will have the opportunity to state your case and the reasons why your denial should be overturned. Requests to appeal must be made within 30 days of the denial. The Maryland Workers’ Compensation Commission is only responsible for processing and adjudicating – or making a decision about – filed claims and appeals. Once these claims have been approved, employers or their insurers will be responsible for making the payments.
Let Our Maryland Personal Injury Lawyers Fight for You
The worst thing you can do after an appeal is nothing. Although denials can be disheartening, you must remember that employers and insurers do whatever they can to protect their own interests and assets. If you wish to level the playing field, retaining proven and experienced legal representation from a Maryland personal injury attorney from our firm should be your first priority. We advise injured workers, and dependent family members filing death benefit claims, who have been denied to reach out to our firm for help and learn about the ways in which we can fight on your behalf.