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Workers Compensation Law

Workers Compensation Law

Workers’ compensation benefits were developed and implemented into California law to offer you specific benefits when you have suffered a work-related injury. Some of the primary benefits are medical care for your injury, temporary disability payments if you lose work and pay, and permanent disability benefits if you have suffered a permanent incurable disability. Workers’ compensation is generally no-fault meaning you do not have to prove who was at fault to obtain benefits. Additionally, workers’ compensation is your sole remedy against your employer.  You cannot file a personal injury lawsuit for pain and suffering in addition to your workers’ compensation claim.

What should you do when you have been injured on the job?

1st – Get emergency treatment immediately if needed. If it’s an emergency situation, call 911 or go to an emergency room at a hospital or an urgent care right away. Mention to the medical personnel that your injury or disease is job-related. If you can safely report the injury without endangering your health, call your company for additional guidelines prior to seeking medical care. If you do not require emergency treatment, be sure you get first-aid treatment and see a physician if necessary. 2nd – Report the injury or illness to your employer. Whether your injury happened as a result of a specific event or one-time injury or it gradually occurred over a period of time, report it as quickly as you discover it or believe it was triggered by your work. If you don’t report your injury within 30 days, you could lose your right to receive workers’ compensation benefits. 3rd – Contact a Workers’ Compensation Attorney to protect your rights. Your company will have workers’ compensation insurance and their workers’ compensation adjuster will call you. That adjuster will have access to attorneys who are there to represent the insurance company and your company’s interests. You have to ensure you have legal representation to represent you and protect your rights and benefits.

Workers Compensation Law

Workers Compensation Law

SolimonRodgersLaw focuses on:

  • Specific Work Injuries
  • Cumulative Trauma Work Injuries
  • Work-Related Death Claims
  • Unpaid Temporary Disability Benefits
  • Unpaid Permanent Disability Benefits
  • Failure to Provide or Insufficient Medical Care
  • Termination as a result of filing a Workers’ Compensation Claim

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Getting Workers Compensation Medical Treatment

Workers' Compensation Law

Workers’ Compensation Law

California workers’ compensation law requires claims administrators to promptly approve medical care that is reasonably needed to cure or alleviate the impacts of the injury. A medical professional or medical provider is prohibited from billing a worker if they know the injury is or could be work-related. You are entitled to reasonable medical care to treat or relieve work-related injuries and health problems. The physicians who treat you need to follow specific treatment guidelines and request authorization to perform medical services. The requested medical services will be reviewed by utilization review to determine if they are medically necessary. Only medical services that are medically necessary will be authorized to be performed by the workers’ compensation doctor. The claims administrator has the right to assign your treating doctor for the first 30 days after your employer knows that you were injured. After the first 30 days, you may be treated by a doctor of your choice or at a medical center within a reasonable distance from your work or home, as long as that doctor is within the insurance company’s Medical Provider Network.

An attorney can assist you in choosing a competent doctor from this list. If you pre-designated your personal doctor or medical group prior to being hurt, you can have your regular physician treat you for your job-related injuries immediately after you are injured. At some point throughout your claim, you or the claims administrator may disagree about what medical treatment or other benefits you are entitled to. When there is a dispute, if you have not already hired a Workers’ Compensation Lawyer, now it is essential to do so. Do Not Wait Any Longer before meeting with an Attorney.

Workers Compensation Injury Claim Form

Workers Compensation Injury Claim Form

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