Talking to your Doctor about Federal Workers Compensation
Did you know that federal worker’s compensation differs a lot from a state worker’s compensation?
In this post, we’re giving you some important facts a federal worker should explain to their doctor when filling for a federal worker’s compensation claim:
Paperwork, No worries!
Your doctor will be able to handle all of that. He will know also with the diagnosis how long time you should expect to be out of work and what kind of treatment you need to receive.
Most doctors have their staff handle the paperwork to keep your claim moving forward. The policies need to be followed accurately so your treatments won’t be delayed due to not filling the right forms. Doctor’s staff will help you to do the policies in the right order and right way.
Deposition Not Needed
The doctor won’t have to partake in a deposition (one of the most important benefits for the doctor). In a federal worker’s compensation, all the case correspondence is written.
Federal worker’s compensation’s and its Hefty Coverage
The coverage of Federal worker’s compensation resides in the current patient’s medical issue. The preexisting situation won’t affect the coverage of it and it won’t be reduced.
If there is any medical issue aggravated for your work activity this will be payable as well for the Federal worker’s compensation claim.
Do not hesitate and contact PROS Miami to take care of your Federal worker’s compensation claim.