Boyce Larsen knows that anyone who gets hurt on the job will have questions and need answers FAST. You have been injured at work—Am I going to get paid while I cannot work? Is it going to be enough to pay my own bills, like my housing, car, and power bill? Who is going to pay for my medical bills? Will I have to pay anything out of pocket like private health insurance?
You have medical bills and are not getting paid. You need help—-now. Having worked for insurance companies for years, we know the rules from an insider’s perspective. What you need is someone that will stand up for your rights and make sure that you get what you deserve, including:
- Making sure that your wage benefits are started and paid on time.
- Making sure that the insurance company pays for ALL of your medical bills associated with the injury, including mileage, parking, and attendant care while you recovery from surgery.
- Making sure that you get any loss-of-use monetary benefits you should.
- WC-1 First Report of Injury
- WC-2 Suspension of Benefits
- WC-3 Notice of Denial of Benefits
- WC-4 Benefit Progress Report
- WC-6 Wage Statement
- WC-14 Notice of Claim Request for Hearing
- WC-102, Request for Documents
- WC-104, Notice of Medical Release to Work
- WC-205, Request for Authorization of Treatment
- WC-207, Authorization for Release of Medical Information
- WC-240, Offer of Suitable Employment
- WC-240a, Job Analysis of Suitable Employment
- WC-P1 Panel of Physicians