We Fight Workers' Compensation Claims Denials

After suffering an injury on the job in Massachusetts or Vermont, you are entitled to seek paid medical treatment and pay benefits through your employer's workers' compensation insurance plan. What should be a simple process to get the benefits you deserve and need, however, often becomes complicated when employers throw up roadblocks or the workers' compensation insurance company demands additional records and reports, often in an effort to deny or delay your benefits.

If you were injured on the job in Vermont or Massachusetts and have had your initial workers' compensation claim denied, don't get frustrated — and don't give up. Turn to the lawyers of Donovan O'Connor & Dodig, LLP. From offices in Springfield, North Adams, Pittsfield and Bennington, we help workers throughout Massachusetts and Vermont get the help they need when appealing a denied workers' comp claim.

Call us for a free consultation: 413-346-5305 or 802-681-4729.

Why Was Your Workers' Compensation Claim Denied?

You know you were injured, so why was your claim denied? In many cases, employers often refute the facts of a workplace accident or try to blame the injury on the worker. In most cases, however, the workers' compensation insurance company has strict requirements regarding the official accident reports and medical records required for an approval.

Handling the details yourself can be frustrating, particularly when you are out of work trying to recover from your accident or disability. We will handle every part of your workers' compensation dispute and appeal on your behalf.

Don't be discouraged. If you have a qualifying work injury and meet the criteria for benefits, you will qualify to receive the money you are entitled to. As experienced workers' compensation claims and appeals lawyers, we know what to look for, how to obtain the information and file a successful appeal.

Call Us For A Free Consultation

Schedule a consultation with Donovan O'Connor & Dodig, LLP, by calling 413-346-5305 in Massachusetts or 802-681-4729 in Vermont.