Work Related Injuries are Often Covered at 100% with Employer Authorization Workers’ Comp
A work injury can have a multitude of causes. They can range from slips, falls, product defects, assault or many other incidents. If you or a loved one are experiencing any pain resulting from circumstances beyond your control, it is important you clearly understand the extent of your injuries so you can receive the proper long term care.
Our rehabilitation center has been an expert in the treatment, documentation and substantiation of traumatic work injuries for many years. We have testified as an expert witness on behalf of patients to help successfully resolve these cases. Our doctors are highly regarded by many of New Jersey’s leading workers’ compensation injury attorneys.
How Workers’ Compensation Works
When an employee is injured on-the-job, they are taken care of. Medical bills are paid and the worker is compensated for any time that is missed. If the injury is permanent, the worker is determined to be permanently disabled, the disability is “rated” and the worker is compensated for any damages.
According to state law, the employee has a right to select their own attending physician immediately after receiving their initial treatment from an employer-designated physician if the employer has one. Locating the source of your injury could be the difference between fixing an issue and living with something for a long period of time. Our medical professionals have the specialized training to get workers back to optimal health without the need of addictive pain medication or dangerous surgery.
Call our Bridgewater Chiropractic Clinic at (908) 218-0800 or Contact Us to Schedule Your Next Appointment. Most insurance is accepted and we are conveniently located at 794 U.S. 202- 206 N, Bridgewater, NJ 08807.
794 U.S. 202- 206 N
Bridgewater, NJ 08807
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