What If I Am Denied Workers' Comp Benefits?

If you or a loved one has been denied workers' compensation benefits in Oklahoma by a workers' comp insurance adjuster on a viable claim, you have options.

Receiving a denial of a benefits claim does not mean you are not entitled to benefits. It just means there is more to the process.

What Can You Do?

If you have been denied benefits, you can file an appeal within 15 days of the previous decision. A hearing will be scheduled where a three-judge panel will reconsider your case.

Given the short time frame to appeal, hiring a dedicated team of lawyers who understand the appeals process and can advocate for you at your hearing and protect your rights is important.

Extensive Experience Appealing Oklahoma Workers' Comp Claims

At Dawkins & Gowens Law Firm in Oklahoma City, our attorneys can help. We have the experience and knowledge to help you through the appeals process and increase your chances of getting approved for benefits.

We will advocate for you at your hearing and remain present during every stage of the process.

What Happens If Your Appeal For Benefits Is Unsuccessful?

In some cases, the judges will deny your appeal. If this happens, our lawyers can take your case to the Court of Civil Appeals or the Supreme Court of Oklahoma.

Contact Us To Learn More About How We Can Appeal Your Denied Claim

You do not have to accept your workers' comp denial without a fight. Learn how our team can advocate for you and help you with your workers' compensation appeal.

Call 405-254-8461 to set up a free consult today. You can also send us an email.