6 Surprising Ways an Employer Can Deny GA Workers’ Compensation Claim

Sheryl L. Burke
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Atlanta Injury Attorney

When your Workers' Compensation claim is denied by your employer, it can lead to you pursuing a Workers' Compensation lawsuit in Georgia. To learn what legal options are available, you should contact a Workers' Compensation lawyer in Atlanta.

6 Reasons a Georgia Workers' Compensation Claim is Denied

You should understand that you may be eligible to receive benefits, despite the refusal of your employer to provide them:
 

  • your injury isn't believed to be legitimate or that it warrants short-term or long-term disability;
  • documentation is incomplete or wasn't submitted on time;
  • you have a pre-existing condition;
  • injury didn't arise out of the course of your employment;
  • your actions causing the injury were grossly negligent; and
  • injury didn't occur while on the job. 

Navigating the claims process for Workers' Compensation can be very complicated and time-consuming. This is why you should seek legal counsel, so that you don't do anything to damage your claim. You don't want to forget to file paperwork and then have the claim be thrown out.

Workers' Compensation cases can be further complicated when an employer tries to deny your claim. However, you may have legal options available, including filing a Workers' Compensation lawsuit in Georgia. Contact a lawyer who handles work-related injury cases to learn what your rights are. 

Contacting a Workers' Compensation Lawyer in Atlanta

If you were injured at work, you have certain rights guaranteed by law. To help you understand these rights and seek the compensation you may be eligible for to help get your life back in order, contact the Atlanta Law Offices of Sheryl L. Burke for a no-cost consultation on your injury case - 404-842-7838.

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