Legal Question in Workers Comp in Pennsylvania

I got hurt at work a few months back and substained a serious head injury. I have been on workmans comp for about 3 months now, and have been going to doctors weekly along with physical therapy. I just received a notice in the mail that my insurance company is refusing to pay the doctors so they are not able to treat me anymore, and because they can not treat me anymore, my workmans comp got stopped. What can be done about this?

Asked on 11/02/13, 7:01 am

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Drew Quinones Drew Quinones, P.C.
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Answered on 11/02/13, 8:34 am
Domenic Bellisario Law Office of Domenic A. Bellisario
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Did your employer issue a Notice of Temporary Compensation Payable and then follow that with a Notice of Denial? If the employer/insurance company did not follow the law, then you may have a basis for penalties. You may have to file a claim petition. I would need to know more facts. Feel free to contact me at (800) 433-9700

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Answered on 11/03/13, 8:45 am

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