What If My Claim Is Denied?

Claims are routinely denied by employers' insurance companies. The reasons vary: improper documentation, incomplete records, missed deadlines, challenging the diagnosis or rejecting the injury as not work-related. Whatever the reason, you need a qualified attorney familiar with the Connecticut workers' compensation system.

I have more than 25 years of experience tackling denied claims to get the people I work with the benefits they deserve. At my firm, The Law Offices of Wesley M. Malowitz, you get the full benefit of time and focus directly from your lawyer. I speak with every single client and I take on personal responsibility for answering the denial of your claim.

I Go The Distance For You

When the insurance company denies your claim, it can feel like you have no other options, but the law is the law. I represent clients at every stage of the workers' compensation process, which includes:

  • The investigation and evaluation of each potential workers' compensation claim
  • Completing the initial filing of the workers' compensation claim
  • Coordinating with the insurance company to secure authorized medical treatment and wage reimbursement
  • Advocating in informal and formal (trial-type) hearings before the Workers' Compensation district offices
  • Securing benefits for permanent injury or disability when medical treatment ends
  • Evaluating and negotiating your claim for settlement

Because I handle every stage personally, I can answer any challenge to your claim immediately, backed by the full weight of my work and understanding of Connecticut law.

Personal Commitment, Strong Advocacy

I will fight for your rightful benefits, including back pay to the date of the injury and payment of all related medical expenses. Contact my office in Stamford by calling 866-539-5781 or 203-517-0110 or using this online form. I offer free consultations and will not take a fee without recovering compensation for you.

I know that you are going through one of the hardest moments you have had to face professionally. That is why I make a point of giving you the support you need to come make it to the other side.