Don’t be denied the right to your workers compensation!

how to file a workers comp claim is the easiest part of workmen’s compensation.

According to Pennsylvania’s Workers Compensation Act, you should notify your employer within 21 days of your injury, or no later than 120 days from the injury if you wish to receive workers comp benefits. Your employer’s workers compensation insurance has 21 days after notification of your injury to accept or deny your workers comp claim.

After 21 days of your injury notification, your employer’s insurance company can send a Notice of Compensation Payable or Notice of Temporary Compensation Payable. If denied, you will receive a Notice of Compensation Denial.

If your workers comp claim has been denied, you might be left reeling from the decision. As far as you know your  injury is within in the guidelines of Pennsylvania’s Workers Compensation Act.  The reality of workers compensation claims is that they can be far more complex than you realize. This is why the next step you take is imperative for you to receive your medical benefits or the recovery of your lost wages from your injury.

How to File a Workers Comp Claim – The Next Step

Your claim has been denied, and you don’t know why.

workers comp claim processYou thought for sure you did what was required of you. You’ve looked through the injuries and illnesses that apply to workers comp, but you’re left scratching your head and wondering where the breakdown began.

Don’t fret! You have options!

The best way to breakdown the complexities of workers compensation is to contact the Law Offices of Thomas More Holland. At TMH Law, we take the time to listen to your situation, answer your questions and concerns, and explain the process of workers compensation when your claim has been denied.

With over 3 decades of experience and expertise representing people who have been injured, Thomas More Holland and his team pay meticulous attention to every detail in order to ensure your rightful compensation. We’re a small boutique law firm, which means you won’t get lost in the shuffle. Each member of our team is dedicated to each one of our clients. We care what happens, and that’s why we fight for your compensation.

How to file a workers comp claim was the easy part, but now you need an attorney that can get beyond how to file a workers comp claim, and get to the bottom of your denial. Contact our offices today!