Preparation is vital when presenting a case during a hearing. We can help you prepare a timeline of your accident, injury and medical treatment that gathers all the facts in one place. This can help you remember important details so you can easily answer any questions asked of you during the hearing.
We can also help you keep track of any symptoms you are still experiencing that are related to your workplace accident. If you still have limitations because of your injury, that should be noted at the hearing.
Witness testimony can also be valuable when presenting your case. We can help identify any witnesses to your accident or medical treatment and interview them to get their accounts of what happened.
In addition, we will gather all evidence that helps prove your case. This includes accident reports, medical records, prescriptions and mileage requests related to your treatment.
With an attorney on your side, you'll know what to expect
Our attorneys will also sit down with you to talk about what to expect during the hearing. We'll prepare you for your testimony and answer any questions you have about the process. In general, it's best to arrive early for the hearing, dressed nicely. And while the employer and insurance company want to deny you benefits, it's very important to be cooperative.
There can be many reasons why your claim was denied. We'll find out why and build a strong case that proves you should be receiving benefits. Our attorneys are prepared to fight for you all the way.
We have vast amounts of experience helping injured workers with hearings. Learn more about how we can help you. Call (866) 604-9075 or contact us online.