What is workmans comp?
Workers compensation is an insurance that helps protect both the employee and employer from financial loss when an employee is hurt on the job.
What does workmans comp cover?
Each company is different but workers comp can cover medical expenses, wages lost, ongoing care costs and funeral expenses. The best way to find out what your company covers is to work with your hospital liaison and your company.
What is not covered by workers comp?
Workers comp will not cover injuries that an employee receives intentionally or while intoxicated. It also will not cover injuries that have been caused when the employee is doing something they should not be doing or is not in their job description. Again the best way to navigate the process of workers compensation is to work with your hospital liaison and your company.
What happens upon discharge?
Upon discharge from the hospital/facility, a start of care nurse will visit you to evaluate and assess your current needs ensuring the discharge orders are transitioned into your plan of care.
How long will I need therapy?
It’s all dependent on the extent of your injuries and your needs. As you heal and progress therapies will wean until the goal of discharge is met.
What if I need a ramp?
We are able to set up temporary ramps as well as most home modifications to ensure your safe transition home.
Who provides my equipment?
We provide all your equipment. Deliveries are made to the hospital prior to discharge. We also deliver to your home.
What happens after I file an auto claim?
We work closely with your assigned adjuster to determine coverage as it relates to your injuries and care as you transition back home. MI no-fault auto laws can be confusing and we’re your #1 resource to help navigate you through.
What if I need help at home?
We have a dedicated staff to help assist with all daily living activities. Our care givers are trained and certified through our program that establishes safety with confidence in care. All staff are covid-19 certified and adhere to cdc guidelines.