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Christopher Evensen
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An attorney practicing in the Louisville, KY area, specializing in workers' compensation claims, accident claims, and various other personal injury claims.
An attorney practicing in the Louisville, KY area, specializing in workers' compensation claims, accident claims, and various other personal injury claims.

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Appealing a long term disability denial or termination can be a complicated process, but the first step is contacting us either by phone or online to get help from a licensed attorney and get answers to all your questions.
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What types of benefits might an individual be entitled to in a workers’ compensation case? Watch this short video from Attorney Chris Evensen to find out.
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If you have been injured as a result of dangerous conditions you encountered while visiting someone else’s property or while using a product and were not warned of potential danger, you may have the right to benefits/recovery. Contact Evensen today to learn more.
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On Wednesday, the Supreme Court ruled that the Securities Act of 1933 grants state courts jurisdiction over class actions and that amendments to the securities laws in 1998 did not empower defendants to remove those cases from state to federal court.
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Should you seek the assistance of an attorney if your long term disability claim is denied or terminated? This short video can help you decide.
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Under ERISA, once internal appeals of disability denials are exhausted and a lawsuit is filed, no additional evidence can be submitted. Learn more about what the law says about long term disability on our website.
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Why is the Kentucky State Legislature trying to pass a new Workers' Compensation bill which takes medical and indemnity benefits away from injured workers? The answer: there is no logical reason to do so. Workers' Compensation premiums have decreased over the last 12 years by a total of 60 percent. Insurance company profits are at record levels. In fact, one quasi governmental company (think non profit) that was designed to provide affordable comp coverage has nearly $200 million in excess revenue. Please call your State Senators (1- 800 372-7181) and urge them to vote "No" on House Bill 2.
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There are four types of worker’s compensation benefits you may be entitled to recover if you have been injured at work: medical treatment, temporary total disability, permanent total disability or permanent partial disability, and vocational rehabilitation.
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The Kentucky legislature is attempting to pass a new Workers' Compensation Bill that is horrible for working men and women of the Commonwealth. I encourage each of you to contact your State Senators and request then vote "No" on House Bill 2. The proposed bill takes away medical coverage for work-injuries after a set period, and mandates the use of Treatment Guidelines to allow the insurance carrier to direct / deny treatment recommended y the treating physician. Call 1-800-372-7181, give them your name and address and a message for your Senator: Vote "No" on House Bill 2.
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If your claim for long term disability benefits has been wrongfully denied or terminated, contact Evensen Law today for your Free Initial Consultation.
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