What To Do If Your Benefits Have Been Denied

Protecting Your Necessary Benefits

If you have been injured while on the job and gone through a lawsuit to get your benefits, you may think the hard part is over. Often, that is true. However, what if you are denied coverage for something necessary when you should not have been? Or if you are denied workers' comp at all? You may need help getting through to the company.

Get Help From A Firm That Cares

At Aaron Garrett Law, our founding attorney started his career at one of New Mexico's biggest insurance defense firms. He knows how the insurance companies think, and is therefore uniquely ready to get a good result for you.

Our firm is dedicated to helping the injured. We have seen benefits denied for reasons like:

  1. Insufficient documentation. It is crucial to maintain documentation at every stage of your recovery after your workplace injury, to show that you are complying with the doctor's recommendations.
  2. Late reporting. When you are injured at work, you must report as promptly as possible.
  3. No medical treatment. You must seek medical treatment in order to be eligible for your benefits.

There are many reasons that benefits may be denied. In some cases, it could just be a miscommunication. Getting the help of a seasoned workers' compensation attorney to navigate the system can restore your peace of mind, and allow you to focus on recovery.

Do Not Delay Call A Lawyer Today

The workers' compensation system can seem intimidating. An attorney who is seasoned in the area can help. To discuss your case with a member of our team, call our Albuquerque office today at 505-633-8837. Or, reach out through our online contact form. We will respond as soon as possible.

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