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Workers Comp Help In Iowa

Getting the workers compensation benefits you need can be complicated. Your injuries can feel overwhelming, and dealing with your employer and the insurers is frustrating. When you need workers comp help in Iowa, you need someone who can guide you through the process as quickly and easily as possible.

At Pothitakis Law Firm, PC, we understand that it can be confusing, especially if you don’t understand why your claim was denied. If you’re uncertain, give us a call. We can walk you through the process and make sure you get the help you need.

What to Expect

If you’re injured at work, your first step should be to notify your employer. You have ninety days to report your injury and request benefits, or your claim will be denied. This is to get the claim process started as soon as possible. The sooner your claim is processed, the sooner your benefits should begin.

Fortunately, once you’ve filed your claim, your active part in the process is mostly over. Your employer will be responsible for notifying the insurance company, who will review your claim and approve or deny it.

What to Do After a Claim Denial

Unfortunately, your claim may be denied at first, which can delay the coverage you need. If your claim is disputed, you may need an attorney to address the issues presented.

The insurer must also tell you why your claim was denied. There are a few common reasons for Iowa work comp denials, including the following:

  • Lack of Medical Care – If you didn’t receive treatment, your insurer may believe your injuries aren’t serious enough to warrant workers compensation.
  • Lack of Evidence of On-the-Job Injury – Your employer or insurer may need more evidence that the accident happened at work, which may require more exams.
  • Time Limits – You have a limited amount of time to report your injury. If you wait too long, your claim will not be valid.

How We Can Help

Getting workers compensation benefits can be daunting. Between making your report in time and getting your approval or denial, you may struggle with understanding what you need to do as you try to heal.

If you need workers comp help in Iowa, reach out to Pothitakis Law Firm, PC. We understand the strain fighting for work comp can put on you, and we can fight for your benefits after a serious injury. For a free consultation, give us a call at 1-866-753-4692. We can also be reached through the online contact form below.