WORKERS' COMP DELAYED CLAIM
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Our Workers’ Compensation applicant attorneys help our clients with filing their claims for all categories of Workers’ Compensation benefits.
When an individual has suffered a workplace injury, the legal system requires that the injured party reports injuries immediately and acts fast to pursue medical and financial compensation from the responsible party through a workers’ compensation claim if necessary. Any delay in reporting the incident may result in a frustrating and costly delay in receiving medical and financial benefits. It can even lead to a rejected claim or a denied claim. Because of this, you must report any work injury that may occur, no matter how small it may seem.
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Delayed Workers’ Comp Claims
A delayed workers’ compensation claim can mean many things. But most importantly, it means you will now have to wait even longer for the benefits you need.
Usually, the money gathered by the insurance coverage organization via premiums goes into the investment accounts that generate interest. The insurance company retains this money until they payout to a policyholder, so an insurance company may delay a payout for a workers’ compensation claim to secure as much interest revenue as possible.
Insurance agencies take so long to pay out a workers’ compensation claim as they are sophisticated commercial enterprises that understand you could make a profit off of interest. Some insurance organizations do not have sufficient employees to operate for them. Many hope if they drag out the process, the claimant will give up on their claim.
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Workers’ Comp Attorney Spiro K. Pistiolas have the resources to strategically preserve and document the evidence, ensuring clients achieve favorable results with no fees charged until the case is settled. We are serving all of California.