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What To Do If Your Workers’ Compensation Claim Is Denied

Nearly every occupation carries some degree of risk. A waitress in a restaurant can slip on a spill that’s been left unattended. A person working on a line in a factory can be hurt tripping over a piece of machinery. Even a quiet day at the office can potentially result in an injury that causes a person to need medical attention.

Unfortunately, many workers who suffer on-the-job injuries find that the workers’ compensation system is extremely difficult to navigate. Many claims are often rejected early on in the process, leaving people frustrated and unsure of where to turn.

Let our attorneys get you the help you need. At The Law Office of Mallon & Tranger, we have more than 40 collective years of experience fighting for injured workers. If we believe your workers’ comp claim has been wrongfully denied, we will help you get the benefits you deserve.

A Partner Throughout The Process

When employers and insurance companies review a claim, they view it from the perspective of their best interests. They sometimes make it extremely difficult for you to be able to take advantages of the protections that the workers’ compensation system is designed to provide to injured workers.

When we take on your case, we perform a thorough review of the incident and injuries to build a case that improves your chances of receiving the compensation you need while you are out of work. We have handled many appeals of wrongfully denied workers’ compensation claims and know what to do to help our clients’ get results.

If you feel that you are being pressured to return to work too soon after a workplace injury or your request for benefits has been denied, reach out to us to see what we can do to help. You need someone on your side who understands the process and is able to protect your rights.

Talk To One Of Our Attorneys About Your Options

We can help you determine the next steps to take if your workers’ compensation claim has been denied. To schedule your consultation, please call us at 732-702-0333 or send us an email to find a time that works for you. We have offices conveniently located in Freehold and Point Pleasant and represent clients in Monmouth and Ocean Counties and across New Jersey.