A Denied Workers’ Compensation Claim Is Not The End
For injured workers, being denied on a workers’ compensation claim can feel like the last straw. You’ve been injured, the bills are piling up and your family may be depending on you for income. You think you have done everything correctly, when the door is slammed on the benefits and lost wages you need and deserve.
If you are in this situation, do not give up. Contact Shoap Law Offices to get a free case evaluation. We will examine the facts of your case, tell you whether we can help and give you information about your legal rights on appeal.
You have a very limited time to appeal denied workers’ compensation claims. Delay can be extremely costly. Call today to schedule a free initial consultation at 717-261-1345.
We Take On Challenging Cases
Workers’ compensation is complex. As a workers’ compensation certified specialist, Patricia Shoap is uniquely equipped to handle difficult cases. With decades of experience and thousands of injured and disabled workers helped, Shoap Law Offices can take on cases other law firms may not have the knowledge and experience to handle. We can take deserving cases on appeal all the way to appellate court, when appropriate.
Our attorneys focus exclusively on helping injured and disabled workers. And unlike other law firms, we are local and provide personalized service. When you work with us, you will receive the benefit of working directly with a lawyer who will oversee your case, along with experienced staff.
We have helped people with work-related injuries of all types and we are happy to guide you in getting a proper diagnosis and medical treatment, even after a denial.
We Will Help You Keep Going On Your Claim. Call Us Today For A Free Consultation.
Our office in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, is handicapped accessible and conveniently located. We represent clients throughout Franklin County, and beyond, and we are happy to accommodate clients with special needs.
Schedule your consultation online or give us a call today to get started.