Denied Workers’ Comp Claims Lawyers In Maryland
Victims of workplace accidents generally expect that they will receive workers’ compensation benefits. They do not expect denied claims, not after the years of service they have provided to their employer.
Get Help With Your Claim Issues
Has your employer or their insurance provider denied your workers’ compensation claim? Did they delay your claim? Do you believe they underpaid your claim? Were you receiving benefits, only to be cut off before your injury healed and you could return to work? Cohen, Snyder, Eisenberg & Katzenberg, P.A., can handle your case. From our offices in Baltimore, Bel Air, Frederick, Essex, Glen Burnie, and Towson, we bring more than 40 years of experience to people throughout Maryland.
Our law firm can help you if you worked hard for your employer, only to become injured at work and then were denied workers’ compensation benefits. We have some of the most trusted workers’ comp claims attorneys in Maryland. Our attorneys have experience in successfully litigating denied claims by insurance companies.
What You Can Do After A Claim Denial
The first thing you should do is contact our experienced lawyers. We will review your claim to make sure it is valid. Then we will gather the facts and documentation necessary to make it clear to your employer and the insurance company that you deserve compensation. If they claim your injury didn’t happen at work or if they disagree with the severity of the injury, we will fight their denial with facts.
When necessary, we will take your case to the Maryland Workers’ Compensation Commission for a hearing. Our experience in these hearings has led to positive outcomes in countless cases of wrongfully denied workers’ comp claims. Put our experience to work for you.
Schedule Your Initial Consultation
You can contact us for a free initial consultation at any of our office locations. Injured people can call us at 443-529-0795 , or at 410-332-0045 on nights and weekends. We are available 24/7 to help you overcome your denied workers’ compensation claim.