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Medical Bills / Treatment Benefits

Our Phoenix Workers' Comp Attorney Can Help You Seek Benefits

Have you been injured on the job or contracted an illness due to a work condition? You may be entitled to receive benefits for medical bills and hospital treatment through the workers' compensation insurance program. At Fendon Law Firm, P.C., we can review with you the benefits you may be entitled to receive through this program. We can explain your rights to help you obtain the full amount of compensation you deserve.

Our firm is devoted to providing energy, resources, and time to each case we handle. Through the use of these three elements and our 50 years of combined experience, our Phoenix workers' compensation lawyers can help you pursue the medical bills and treatment benefits you need for full recovery.

What medical expenses are covered?

After requesting workers' compensation for a workplace injury or illness, you may be entitled to benefits for emergency room care, doctor visits, hospital stays, blood tests, rehabilitation and even transportation costs. Diagnostic tests, including MRIs and X-rays are covered if a doctor deems them necessary to evaluate your work-related injury. Under the workers' compensation insurance program, western medicine and standard treatments are commonly covered. In general, all expenses for medical treatment that is recommended by your physician and necessary for your care are covered.

Limitations on Treatment for Work Injuries

You must gain an awareness of the limitations placed on treatments covered under workers' compensation. Some types of treatment, such as chiropractic, massage, and physical therapy have limits on the number of sessions covered. You may be entitled to further treatment if your physician recommends the continued sessions. In some cases, your employer or their insurance company can request an independent medical examination to determine whether further treatment can improve your condition. After you have opened a claim with workers' compensation, the insurance company can pay your covered bills at once. If you have questions or concerns regarding the medical bills and treatment covered under workers' compensation, contact our firm right away. We have offices located in Flagstaff, Prescott, and Phoenix.