What usually happens in these situations, is the employer will provide arbitrational contracts. These contracts require their employees to see doctors the company previously arranged for them to see. Or medical providers the company have pre-approved to treat an employee’s injury, should one occur. It should go without saying, these are probably almost never good for the employee.
If your workplace injuries are subject to one of these contracts, contact us immediately and before you see one of these arranged medical providers. Generally speaking, these arranged medical providers work for and are paid for by your employer. As such, they take their orders from your employer just like you do.
In the first place, if you or someone you know is injured in a workplace accident, take note. It’s important to protect your rights and the rights of your dependents who rely on you and your paycheck for their welfare. Our legal staff can evaluate your workplace injury case at no cost to you. If we determine you have a claim, we will handle your case aggressively, and you will pay absolutely nothing unless we win your workplace injury case.