If you were hurt or became ill on the job in Washington State, you are entitled to file for workers’ compensation benefits to keep you financially stable.
The Washington State Department of Labor & Industries (L&I) administers the workers’ compensation program in our state. Under this program, you are entitled to:
The first step is usually the medical treatment, which starts soon after your workplace injury.
If L&I denies your workers’ comp medical treatment, you have a right to appeal their decision.
This is about your life and financial independence. Let the L&I workers’ comp attorneys at Bothwell & Hamill go to work to get you benefits.
We’ve helped thousands of people in Central Washington get the workers’ comp benefits they need to stay financially afloat.
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These are all reasons we’ve seen for L&I denying injured worker medical treatment in Washington:
Where do you go from here?
The experienced Washington workers’ comp lawyers at Bothwell & Hamill can provide a free case review, letting you know your options for getting the health coverage you deserve after you’re hurt at work.
Get all the information you need to make the best decisions about your health — and your future.
Some workers’ comp denials in Washington are not specifically about the medical care. And denials can take many forms, including partial denials of workers’ comp benefits.
All of these things can happen:
If L&I, your employer, or a workers’ comp insurer makes a decision that you disagree with, you have the option of appealing it.
A Bothwell & Hamill L&I benefits attorney can help you through this process.
You can also reopen your claim after it was closed. If your claim was closed and more than 60 days passed since you received the closing order, you can apply to reopen your claim for “aggravation,” or worsening of your medical condition.
If fewer than seven years have passed from the date the first closing order became final, you are eligible for full benefits. If more than seven years have passed, you are still entitled to medical treatment and should consult with experienced L&I lawyers about the possibility of additional compensation.
Bothwell & Hamill works to get you not just approved, but approved for the maximum benefits possible, so you can make the fullest recovery, financially and physically, after an injury on the job.CONTACT US TODAY! »
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