If your claim is denied, you will receive a notice of that denial in the mail.  You have the right to request a hearing to review your claim before an Administrative Law Judge.  The request must be filed within 60 days of the date of your denial.  If you miss the deadline, your denial will become final as a matter of law and in most cases, cannot be over-turned.  If you receive a denial, it is vital that you contact an attorney.  The laws relating to workers compensation are complicated and always changing.  An attorney will file your appeal and assist you in challenging the grounds for the denial.  Bell Law Offices, PC, will work closely with you and your doctors to acquire the evidence necessary to dispute your denial and prove that you are entitled to workers compensation benefits.

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