Were Your Medical Workers’ Comp Benefits Denied?
Medical coverage is a valuable aspect of workers’ compensation benefits. If you suffered a job-related injury or illness, you deserve to have your medical treatment covered. The reality is that your employer and their insurance company are financially motivated to delay or deny that coverage. Fortunately, you have rights, and a denial isn’t the end of the road.
I’m attorney William R. Long, and at William R. Long, Attorney at Law, I help injured or sick workers get the medical treatment and other workers’ comp benefits they deserve. I have been focusing on this area of law (and the related area of disability benefits) for more than 35 years. As a result, I know every trick in the book that employers and their insurers use to delay or deny benefits. I know how to put the right pressure on them to help you get the workers’ comp coverage and treatment you deserve.
How To Challenge Medical Treatment Denials
Maybe your initial claim for coverage was denied. Or perhaps you’d been receiving coverage for years for a long-term work-related injury or illness when suddenly your coverage got discontinued. Either way, you still have the opportunity to turn your case around, provided you act quickly.
I can negotiate with your employer and the insurance company on your behalf, using strategic leverage to fight for a fair outcome. I can also help you pursue an appeal before a workers’ compensation judge as well as further appeals if needed.
When we discuss your case, I will review your situation and give you my honest guidance on the next steps and which approach is most likely to produce positive results.
Let Me Help You Get The Medical Coverage You Deserve
You shouldn’t have to bear the tremendous financial burden of medical treatment for a work injury or illness. I can help you fight for the benefits you deserve. I offer free initial consultations and contingency fee representation. Call 318-562-1440 or send me an email to get started.
Based in Bossier City, I handle workers’ comp claims throughout the Shreveport-Bossier City metropolitan area of Louisiana.