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When you need a lawyer for a workplace injury, you want a law firm that knows workers’ compensation law. Our law firm has helped hundreds of people in the Wilmington area get the workers’ comp benefits they deserve, and our results speak for themselves – over 90% of the clients get the benefits they’re entitled to. Don’t settle for less than you deserve, and we won’t either!
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If you’ve been hurt on the job in the Wilmington area, we want to help take the stress and frustration off your shoulders. Our team will work tirelessly to get you the money you deserve for your on the job injury.
Time IS of the essence though. The sooner you call us, the better your chances are of getting the maximum payout. Schedule your free, one-on-one consultation today.
Report your accident to your employer and then seek immediate medical attention. Even if you believe your injuries are minor, it is important to receive a medical examination to protect your health and your rights. Postponing a medical evaluation will give your employer’s insurance company cause to believe that your injuries were not a direct result of a work-related accident, jeopardizing your right to benefits.
Typically, your employer has the right to choose a doctor for your initial evaluation. However, the decision of who treats your injury or illness is up to you. As long as your medical treatment is fair, reasonable, and medically necessary, you have the right to choose your doctor and still be reimbursed for your medical expenses.
If the insurance company denies your claim, you have four years from the date of denial to file an appeal. In order to appeal a denied claim, you must complete and submit an Employee Claim Form (Form 110) with the DIA. Additionally, you will need to include all medical evidence and other relevant information to help prove your claim.
While you have the right to appeal any decision that’s made regarding your claim, we highly recommend consulting an attorney before doing so. A knowledgeable workers’ comp lawyer can help you gather the necessary medical evidence and ensure that your form is correctly filled out to support your claim.