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Medical Treatment Guidelines For Workers' Compensation

Experienced Ukiah Work Injury Lawyer

As a worker covered by workers' compensation insurance, you are entitled to benefits that pay for medical care if you are injured while on the job. However, getting medical care is another story. Workers' compensation insurance companies want to keep their claim costs low, so they often deny claims or prematurely terminate benefits. If you have suffered a workplace injury, you may need legal help to get the workers' compensation benefits you deserve.

Put Our Experience To Work For You

At Fowler & Ball, we have more than four decades of experience in workers' compensation law. We work tirelessly to help our clients get all of the workers' compensation benefits they deserve, including the medical care they need to recover to the point of maximum medical recovery.

In a free consultation, attorney Robert Fowler can review your case and explain how our law firm can help you.

We Help Injured Workers Get Medical Care

In California, injured workers must be treated by a doctor who is part of the employer's medical provider network (MPN). If your employer does not have an MPN, you can go to a doctor of your choice. However, few doctors in Mendocino County and Lake County accept workers' compensation patients. We can help you find a doctor who will objectively evaluate your injury and provide the treatment you need.

Our website has more information about medical treatment benefits, but this is a very complex topic. Let us put our knowledge and experience to work for you.

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You cannot be fired or disciplined by your employer for filing a workers' compensation claim. It's the law.

To discuss your case with an experienced and committed Ukiah workers' compensation attorney, call 707-621-8533 or contact us online.

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