Filing for Workers' Compensation
Cobb County Workers' Compensation Attorneys: (770) 285-5542
Filing for workers' compensation usually involves extensive paperwork.
There are rules involved, and you will need to provide substantial medical
documentation to verify your injuries. Many claims are usually denied
due to simple errors or failing to include the necessary medical records.
If your claim is denied and you are looking to appeal the judgment, it
is always a good idea to make sure that you work with a Cobb County workers'
compensation lawyer to maximize your chances of securing the benefits
you need in a timely manner. We can take you through all the steps and
help you put together a strong claim.
The process for filing workers' compensation includes:
- Filing and submitting the WC-14 form with the State Board of Workers'
Compensation. You must send a copy of this form to your employer and his
or her workers' compensation insurance carrier. You can get this form
from your employer or the Board's site.
- After filing the claim, you should begin to receive benefits if your claim
has been accepted.
If you do not receive benefits or
if your claim has been denied, contact an attorney to find out more about appealing your case. We can
help you request a hearing with the State Board to reconsider your claim.
One-on-One Counsel Throughout the Process
At Herbert Chestnut & Associates, we deliver individualized representation
to each and every client under our care. When we say we offer personalized
counsel, we mean it. You get to meet and work with our attorneys one-on-one
throughout the entirety of your case. We don't hand off cases to staff
members, and we are always available to take your call and answer your
questions. Clients appreciate the time and care that we put into each
case, and it shows in our results.