The human body has remarkable recuperative powers. It can recover from just about any common workplace injury. But this recovery process will be easier and more complete if you commit to a course of rehabilitative therapy after your injury.
In certain situations, our North Carolina workers’ compensation lawyers can put you in touch with trusted professionals who are dedicated to helping those dealing with workplace injury get better and get back to work. Please call us at 919-863-9397 to schedule a free consultation and let us help you find the right rehabilitative specialists for your needs.
Rehabilitation, whether in the form of in-office therapy or with a rehab nurse, can prove extraordinarily useful. In our decades of experience, we have found that clients with major injuries who go through physical rehabilitation see tremendous benefits from the process. The goal of rehabilitation is to assist you in resuming your work duties while preventing future injuries and improving your overall quality of life. When used appropriately, rehabilitation can be extremely effective in shortening the duration of your recovery and improving your prognosis.
Of course, it's important to remember that your rehab nurse, when provided through workers' compensation, may work for the insurance company and be responsible for providing it with reports on your progress. This doesn't mean you can't trust the nurse, but it does mean that reported progress may be overly optimistic. If you feel you are being treated unfairly or forced through the recovery process by any of the healthcare professionals assisting with your rehabilitation, our workers’ comp lawyers can investigate your claim to ensure you are receiving the treatment you deserve.
If you need a workers’ compensation lawyer in Raleigh, Charlotte, or surrounding areas of North Carolina, please contact White & Stradley, PLLC today. We have decades of experience helping men and women deal with workplace injury and all of the complications that can follow. We are here to simplify and speed the process of collecting compensation, getting proper treatment, and returning to work.