Appeal your workers’ compensation denial for better results

Medical Commission & Administrative Hearing Appeals

Erin Mercer & Kenneth DeCock, Attorneys at Plains Law Offices, LLP

If you were denied benefits after a hearing before the Office of Administrative Hearings or Medical Commission, you have the right to appeal that decision to District Court. Appeals are time sensitive and must be filed within thirty days of the date the decision was issued. So time is of the essence, don’t delay, contact Plains Law Offices, LLP right away.

The attorneys at Plains Law Offices will review and analyze your case for errors to determine if the OAH or Medical Commission made errors in their decision that are reversible. While not every case is appealable, you should have your case carefully reviewed by experienced workers’ compensation attorneys.

The attorneys at Plains Law Offices, LLP have over twenty years experience working for injured employees and have knowledge of Wyoming workers’ compensation law extensive enough to tackle any issue. They will sit down with you and discuss your case and concerns in detail. They will seek your input, identify your concerns, review your entire case and work with you to address all potential issues that could lead to successful appeal and you ultimately receiving benefits.

Appeal is a complex and multifaceted procedure. Successful appeals require time, knowledge of the law and a thorough understanding of your case. Kenneth DeCock and Erin Mercer have that knowledge and will take the time necessary to fully understand your case and present the best possible appeal.

For more information, or to discuss your appeal, call Plains Law Offices, LLP.