Insurers deny workers' compensation claims for numerous reasons. In some situations, the denial of benefits is legitimate and there's nothing a worker can do. In other situations, workers can appeal the denial to get the benefits they have a legal right to receive.
Workers' compensation lawyers see clients who have been hurt in virtually every kind of construction accident imaginable. However, there are some categories of accidents that attorneys tend to see again and again. Over time, attorneys develop hard-won experience in these areas of workers' compensation law, and this experience helps them represent their clients more effectively.
Imagine you fell of a ladder and broke your leg while carrying out your job duties in New York City. The broken leg will heal, but in the meantime, you're being hit with huge medical bills and the costs of not earning an income. Fortunately, you can qualify for workers' compensation benefits to pay for your medical care and the majority of your lost wages. The question is: What does the IRS have to say about these payments?