Continue to Receive Treatment
It is important that you continue to receive treatment even after receiving notice of a workers’ compensation termination petition. This notice is not the final decision and benefits will continue until a judge grants the termination petition for your employer with a Judge’s Order. Your employer must continue to pay medical bills and workers’ compensation benefits during the litigation process for a termination petition. You can provide medical evidence that your condition has not yet improved and that continued treatment is the best course of action with the help of a Philadelphia workers’ compensation termination petition attorney from Gross & Kenny, LLP.
How a Philadelphia Workers’ Compensation Termination Petition Attorney Can Help
There’s no better time than now to talk to a Philadelphia workers’ compensation attorney from Gross & Kenny, LLP, especially if you received a termination petition in the mail recently. We understand how frustrating it is when your employer is not on the same page as you and your doctor following a workplace injury or illness. We also understand that your stress level will increase upon receiving notice that your benefits will be terminated.
Our team will review the petition and represent you in court at the scheduled hearing. Just know that your benefits will continue until a judge grants the termination petition if that even occurs. We will fight for your right to workers’ compensation benefits so they are not terminated. Our team will gather the medical evidence that proves to the judge and your employer that your injury has yet to heal and that you require more treatment.
A Philadelphia workers’ compensation termination petition attorney will answer all of your questions and provide a detailed explanation of what you can expect if a settlement cannot be reached outside of court regarding your workers’ compensation benefits. Give Gross & Kenny, LLP, a call at your convenience to schedule an appointment with a member of our workers’ compensation team.