For Injured Workers

Being Injured on the job is stressful. In addition to your injury, we know you’re concerned about your job, your medical care, and the confusing process of dealing with an unfamiliar system. Our Claims Consultants will work with you to ensure that you understand what to expect, that you’re receiving appropriate care, and that you can get back to work as soon as it is safe and healthy for you to do so. We hope this information will help you in that effort, but if you have questions, please don’t hesitate to call or email your claim team.

Information for Injured Workers

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