Getting The Decision Right

Many people with legitimate work injuries have difficulty getting the workers' compensation benefits to which they are entitled. Following all the right steps — such as reporting the injury promptly and providing medical evidence that it prevents you from working — is sometimes not enough.

If you have run into a problem with a workers' compensation claim, you should seek qualified legal counsel as soon as possible. Workers' compensation insurance companies do not have the final say on claim denials or terminations of benefits. Many such decisions can be successfully overturned by taking the matter before the Virginia Workers' Compensation Commission.

Turn To A Proven Negotiator And Advocate For The Injured

The attorneys at Parthemos & Curran, PLLC, will carefully evaluate your situation and the evidence in your case. Our legal team has several decades of experience helping people obtain benefits initially, get them reinstated and accomplish other critical goals. Actions we can take on your behalf include:

  • Pursuing direct negotiations with the insurance company
  • Requesting and preparing thoroughly for an on-the-record or full evidentiary hearing before a deputy commissioner
  • Filing an appeal and request for review of your case by the full commission

Call 540-662-4222 (Winchester) or 571-486-1010 (Prince William County) For Prompt Attention To Your Concerns

There are many important reasons to get a lawyer's opinion on your workers' compensation claim denial. Information provided by a nurse case manager or other company representative may well be motivated by the company's best interests, rather than yours.

We have helped hundreds of people who must cope with workplace injuries, and we are prepared to step in at any point in your valid workers' compensation case. You can count on personal attention and responsiveness every step of the way through resolution. To tell us about your concerns, call or email us and request a free initial consultation.