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Workers’ Comp Denied Reading, PA, and Surrounding Areas

The Workers’ Compensation Act provides for the payment of benefits to workers injured on-the-job or who develop an occupational disease. Benefits available to an eligible worker include weekly compensation benefits, payment of injury-related hospital, surgical and medical benefits, and death benefits to a deceased worker’s dependents. However, when an employer wrongfully denies the claim of a worker who has been injured on-the-job, Liever, Hyman & Potter is immediately available to assist you to obtain the compensation you deserve.

If your workers’ comp claim was denied, then Liever, Hyman, & Potter will be there to assist you. We are lawyers who fight for justice for those who have had their workers comp denied in Reading, PA, and the surrounding areas, and we work diligently on behalf of our clients.

When Workers Compensation Is Denied Our Lawyers Are Available Throughout Pennsylvania

At Liever, Hyman, & Potter, our legal team is proud to serve injured workers throughout Eastern and Central Pennsylvania. Anyone who has been denied workers’ compensation benefits can reach out to our lawyers who handle cases of denied workers’ compensation claims. We represent clients in the following regions:

  • Berks County, PA
  • Montgomery County, PA
  • Schuylkill County, PA 
  • Lancaster County, PA
  • Lebanon County, PA

What Happens When an Employee Is Denied Workers Comp

The law requires an injured worker to give notice of a work injury to their employer within 21 days of the injury and no later than 120 days after the injury. Afterward, the employer is required to issue a Notice of Workers’ Compensation Denial within 21 days if they choose to deny the claim. In the event that their workers’ comp claim is denied, the injured employee must file a Claim Petition with the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation within three years from the date of injury. If a Claim Petition is not filed within the necessary time frame, the injured worker may be barred from receiving any benefits related to the injury. Therefore, if your workers’ comp was denied in Reading, PA, call the lawyers at Liever, Hyman & Potter, P.C., for a free consultation to discuss your options. They are immediately available to assist you in obtaining the workers’ compensation benefits to which you are entitled.

Pursuing Workers’ Comp Denials

Filing a Claim Petition, and taking your employer to workers’ compensation court for benefits, can be complicated. Pursuing workers’ comp denials requires an understanding of the law and the entire work comp legal process. Your employer will be represented by a lawyer in court who will try to convince the workers’ compensation judge that you are not entitled to benefits. To increase the chances of your claim’s success, you should have someone on your side who understands the law and work comp procedure — and the legal team at Liever, Hyman, & Potter is here to help.

If Your Workers’ Comp Was Denied in Reading, PA, Call Us Today

Contact Liever, Hyman & Potter right away if you want us to help you fight to get your benefits. Whether you live in Berks, Montgomery, or Schuylkill County, PA, you’ll pay us no money — not a cent — until we recover money for you. We charge a contingent fee for our services based on a percentage of the awards and settlement, which is clearly defined in the initial agreement to represent you. When you hire Liever, Hyman, & Potter for a workers’ comp that was denied in Reading, PA, you won’t have to repay any expenses we have advanced on your behalf unless we recover money for you.

Not only does our law firm assist employees with denied worker compensation claims, but we handle all aspects of workers’ compensation claims and litigation, including situations in which your employer and its workers’ compensation insurance carrier attempt to modify, reduce or terminate your benefits.  Our firm may also be able to help you settle part, or all, of your work comp claim for a lump sum payment.  In workplace injury cases involving the negligence of someone other than your employer, the responsible party is subject to a civil lawsuit and you can be compensated above and beyond the work comp benefits owed to you.

For more information on what steps you should take if your workers’ comp was denied in Reading, PA, and the surrounding areas, contact Liever, Hyman, & Potter today and schedule your consultation.

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