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Normally, workers’ compensation benefits will stop when you are able to resume work. You are entitled to compensation for medical expenses and part of your lost wages, and that is supposed to continue until you are earning as much as you did before and no longer require treatment. If you have received a Notice of Claim Status prematurely cutting off your workers’ comp benefits, we can help. As long your doctor believes you still need treatment and cannot work full time, you should discuss your case with an experienced Phoenix terminated workers comp benefits lawyer.
With more than 65 years of combined experience, and a practice that focuses exclusively on workers’ compensation, attorney Avery Crossman of Crossman Law Offices, P.C., is an excellent choice when you need assistance with your claim. We are committed to ensuring that injured workers receive all the benefits to which they are entitled, and are dedicated to exceptional client service. We work state-wide, so no matter where in Arizona you reside, you can get the legal help you need.
At our Phoenix law firm, you will always work directly with the best Phoenix workers’ compensation attorney— we don’t employ paralegals. We’ll take the time to listen carefully to your story and give you our honest opinion about the best path forward. You’ll also benefit from our thorough, up-to-date knowledge of workers’ comp laws and regulations — Avery Crossman is certified by the State Bar of Arizona as a workers’ compensation specialist.
The workers’ comp process isn’t as simple as it might be. Once you’ve been awarded benefits, you must be careful to meet all necessary requirements to ensure they continue. In most cases, you must complete numerous forms to report your earnings, residence, and other important information before you can receive your entitlements. If these forms are not properly completed, the insurance company can legally terminate your benefits. Our teams of Phoenix work injury lawyers can help you understand your obligations and advocate for you to contest a termination of benefits.
Have your checks stopped or has your medical care been delayed or denied? Contact us to schedule a free consultation with a Phoenix terminated workers comp benefits lawyer, call 602-248-0380. You pay no fees upfront, and nothing unless we win compensation for you.