Washington Self-Insured Employer Lawsuits
We find that L&I claims against self-insured employers often require the most attention. Self-insured employers regularly employ third party claim administrators. A third party claim administrator’s job is to save the self-insured employer money, often by minimizing your award and fighting your L&I claim. You need a skilled Washington workers’ compensation when dealing with your self-insured employer. Before filing your L&I claim, call us to find out if your employer is among the 30% of self-insured employers in Washington state. We have vast experience in dealing with these types of claims. Call us to find out how we can help you.
We find that self-insured employers that hire claims managers can be even more difficult to work with than the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries. Self-insured employers hire claims managers that are skilled at denying claims. From the moment a claims manager is hired, they become focused on one goal: to deny your claim at all costs. If your claim has been assigned to a claims manager, do not hesitate to contact us. Waiting to get counsel may be detrimental to your claim. We have vast experience fighting claims managers and setting cases up for success. Give us a call and we’ll tell you what we can do for your case.
Don’t wait to get help with self-insured employer claims in Washington.
Waiting to get counsel may be detrimental to your claim. Our self-insured employer claims attorneys have vast experience fighting self-insured employer claims in Seattle and Washington State and setting cases up for success. Give us a call and we’ll tell you what we can do for your case. Now is the time to move forward and get the help that you need.