Denied Claims

At Parker & Frey PLLC, we know that many North Carolina workers' compensation claims are denied for one reason or another. If your claim was denied, the first thing our law firm will do is make sure we have everything we need to file for a hearing. We will also represent you and guide you through the court-ordered mediation process.

With locations in Fayetteville and Dunn, we represent people across the region. Call 910-591-2551 to set up your free initial consultation.

Mediation For Denied Workers' Comp Claims

Mediation is frequently an effective way to resolve a workers' compensation dispute. It allows for structured negotiations. We will present your side of the case, the defense will present the other side, and the mediator will go back and forth to present the strengths and weaknesses of each side. This can help facilitate an acceptable compromise.

Both sides must agree on a neutral mediator. We choose mediators based on whether or not we believe they will be appropriate for a particular client, and this approach is often quite successful.

If mediation is not successful for one reason or another, we have the experience and determination to proceed to trial on your behalf. In addition to our board-certified worker's compensation specialist, our firm contains skilled litigation attorneys.

Obtaining Benefits From Other Sources

While we are helping to mediate or litigate your workers' comp case, we can help you pursue medical care and benefits from other sources. We have experience in many areas of law that dovetail into each other. These include Social Security Disability, Medicare and personal injury. In many cases, we are able to piece together multiple resources to give our clients the total amount they need.

Free, No-Risk Consultation With A Lawyer

Learn more about denied workers' comp claims in North Carolina by arranging a free consultation. Call our Dunn or Fayetteville office at 910-591-2551 or send us an email. Because we charge contingency fees, we only get paid if we win or settle your case.