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Does Workers' Comp Only Cover My Medical Bills?

Workers’ comp typically covers all medical expenses required to treat your eligible injury or illness. These expenses often include emergency room visits, doctors’ appointments, procedure fees, and medications. Though, this is not all workers’ comp coverage is limited to.

If your injury or illness has caused a temporary or permanent disability, workers’ comp may cover part of your lost wages due to time off as a result of your disability. You may also be eligible to receive compensation for recovery services, such as rehabilitation or retraining.

To determine what expenses and losses you may be entitled to seek compensation for, contact our team of workers’ comp attorneys.

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