PRACTICE AREAS

PERSONAL INJURY
BICYCLE ACCIDENTS
CAR ACCIDENTS
TRUCKING ACCIDENTS
PEDESTRIAN ACCIDENTS
WATERCRAFT ACCIDENTS
MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENTS
SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY
WORKERS’ COMPENSATION
LOST WAGES
MEDICAL EXPENSES
DENIED CLAIMS
APPEALS
NURSING HOME ABUSE
DANGEROUS MEDICINES
PRODUCT LIABILITY
WRONGFUL DEATH
TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY

MEET OUR ATTORNEYS

Medical Expenses

Call Our Jacksonville Workers’ Comp Lawyers – (910) 446-3080

Typical workers’ compensation benefits are supposed to cover your medical expenses for any treatment related to your workplace injury. However, many people are surprised to find they are not being given total coverage for their treatments. In other situations, they are not offered any coverage for health benefits at all.

To make certain your workers’ compensation claim is handled correctly and you get the medical expense coverage you deserve, work with King Law Firm and our workers’ compensation attorneys in Jacksonville, North Carolina. We have a long history of taking on difficult workers’ compensation claims for people in need and succeeding beyond their expectations. To get a better idea of how our legal services can benefit your claim and help you recuperate comfortably after a workplace accident, we encourage you to contact our firm at your first opportunity.

Medical Costs Workers’ Comp May Cover

What sort of medical expenses does workers’ compensation usually cover?

Hospitalization

Diagnostic measures, such as X-rays or blood tests

Necessary surgeries

Certain rehabilitative therapies or treatments

Pharmaceutical medicines and prescriptions

What might not be covered by workers’ compensation benefits?

Alternative treatments, like acupuncture or therapeutic massage

Alternative medicine, such as medical marijuana

Experimental treatments not clinically known to work as expected

You should also know that an insurance provider may be permitted to limit the amount of rehabilitative treatments and ongoing treatments. It is also important to note that any treatment type or medicine denied by an insurer may not necessarily be tabled permanently. An experienced workers’ compensation attorney, or even additional reviews from your medical provider, may be able to convince the insurer that the treatment is needed. However, do not be surprised if you are told to attend another medical review. Failing to attend such a review could disqualify you from workers’ compensation benefits, so you must do your best to attend.

Fight for Your Medical Deserved Medical Benefits with Our Help

It is not uncommon for an insurer to try to reduce the medical benefits coverage provided to a claimant for any reason. Make certain you are not shorted any coverage amount you need to recover from a workplace injury by getting our Jacksonville workers’ compensation lawyers on your side today. We look forward to helping you manage your workers’ comp claim. Just call (910) 446-3080 to begin.

REQUEST A FREE CASE EVALUATION