You Don't Have To Accept A Denied Claim

If you filed a workers' compensation claim and it was denied, you have the right to challenge that denial. Whether the insurance company accepted only part of your claim or denied it completely, take action.

The Law Firm of Laub & Laub is here to guide you through the process of appealing a denied workers' compensation claim. We have more than 50 years of experience helping injured workers and their families in both Nevada and California. Let us assist you, too.

You Have A Time Limit, So Don't Wait

Nevada's rules are strict. After you receive the denial letter in the mail, you have only 70 days to file a written appeal. You need to mail a copy of the denial letter to the Hearings Division, along with a Hearing Request form.

California gives you a little more time to file an appeal. However, you still need to follow a specific process. This begins with filing a Declaration of Readiness to Proceed (DOR) form and requesting a hearing before the Workers' Compensation Appeals Board.

Trust Us To Deal With All The Legal Complexities

You have enough to worry about simply coping with your workplace injury or illness. You don't need the added stress of trying to navigate the appeals process on your own. Let the Law Firm of Laub & Laub handle all the legal details and represent your interests.

Because we charge contingency fees in workers' compensation cases, we only collect a fee if we successfully obtain benefits for you.

Call our Reno-based lawyers at 775-391-4153, or contact our attorneys online.