Has Your Insurance or Employer Denied Your Workers’ Compensation Claim?
Minnesota employers are required to comply with workers’ compensation laws, which provide injured workers with needed replacement income and medical coverage. Sometimes employers and their insurance companies deny valid workers’ comp claims.
If you were hurt at work, you may have been turned down for a medical procedure or denied wage loss benefits to which you are entitled by law. Denial of benefits can be a frustrating experience, one that calls for the assistance of a skilled workers’ compensation lawyer.
Representing Minneapolis/St. Paul Area Workers In Claim Appeals
I am David M. Bialke, a Coon Rapids attorney for denied medical bills. I represent injured workers in Anoka County, throughout the Twin Cities and in northern Minnesota, helping them obtain the workers’ compensation benefits they need.
My firm has extensive experience serving workers who have been denied medical benefits and wage loss benefits. I can assist you if your problem involves:
- Discontinuance of wage loss benefits: If you received a notice of intention to discontinue benefits (NOID), you may need legal representation regarding your wage loss benefits.
- Denial of a medical bill: If you were denied payment on a medical bill from an MD, a physical therapist, a chiropractor or another medical provider, you may need the help of a workers’ comp lawyer.
- Denial of surgery: If your employer’s insurance company turned you down for surgery or another procedure that your doctor said you need, my firm can advise you regarding your legal rights and options.
Every workers’ comp situation is different. It can be important to seek legal advice if you have questions about benefits.