There are some lawyers who handle denial of care. May not be easy to quickly find. Look for health insurance law attys, or med mal attys. You may have to talk to a few to see if they handle or know someone in the area that does. You can also try insurance bad faith atty.
In practice insurance companies and / or administrators will deny coverage what they do not have enough facts. Begin by asking your physician to provide more information directly to the individual making the denial, they will often change their position.
If this doesn't work, seek a second opinion and have that physician send his opinion in.
Only after you have exhausted these less confrontive approaches would I suggest filing a uit.
I am licensed in New Mexico and Pennsylvania, and therefore any discussion of issues related to other states must considered within that context. In addition, my comments are not intended to create a legal representation but merely to respond to the limited facts presented by the question. Any opinion herein is not meant as a precise statement of legal rights or as a recommendation of any particular course of action. A more complete legal review can be obtained through local counsel.
Is this a federal workers compensation claim, or a private plan?
Seth Carroll is licensed to practice in Virginia only. The preceding is for information only and should not be construed as legal advice. Always call a lawyer directly for advice.