Workers’ Compensation Medical Issues in Virginia
Medical treatment is an important part of Virginia workers’ compensation. It’s also an area that leads to disputes and litigation between injured workers, employers, and insurance companies.
The articles below provide information about common medical issues in workers’ compensation cases in Virginia. Please keep reading to learn more about doctors, surgeons, nurse case managers, medical records, rehabilitation providers, medical records, medical evidence, medical bills, and other medical aspects of workers’ comp. And if you have any questions or comments, contact workers compensation attorney Corey Pollard for a free consultation.
Workers Compensation Insurance vs. Health Insurance
Picking a Workers Compensation Doctor
- Can You Choose the Doctor for Your Workers’ Compensation Injury?
- Workers’ Compensation Doctor List
- Who is the Authorized Treating Physician in Workers’ Comp Claims?
Your Relationship with the Workers’ Compensation Doctor
- How to Talk to Your Workers’ Compensation Doctor
- How to Schedule a Workers’ Compensation Doctor’s Appointment
- Can the Insurance Company Talk to the Doctor for My Work Injuries?
- My Workers’ Compensation Doctor Has Nothing More to Offer and Released Me from Care
Dealing with the Insurance Company While Receiving Medical Care
- How to Handle the Nurse Case Manager
- How to Get the Insurance Company to Pay for a Second Opinion in Your Workers Compensation Claim
Reaching Maximum Medical Improvement
- The Functional Capacity Evaluation (FCE) in Workers’ Compensation
- What Happens When I Reach Maximum Medical Improvement for My Work Injury?
Specific Medical Treatment for Work-Related Injuries
- Can I Refuse Medical Treatment for My Work Injuries?
- Pain Management in Workers’ Compensation Claims