heber-work-injurylFor some, the workplace can be a hazardous place. A work injury might occur for many reasons including simple things like objects not put away properly obstructing your path, floors that are slippery, steep staircases, etc. No matter what the reason, injury can be the result. Neck injury, muscle sprains and pulls, bones that are broken, and slipped disc injuries are just a few of the injuries that may result in a work related accident. When you are injured at work or on the job, you may be entitled to receive workers compensation.

When it comes to workers compensation, the amount you receive is dependent on the type of workers compensation insurance that your employer has coverage with. This coverage varies from carrier to carrier and even state to state. When seeking information on how much compensation you may receive, you will need to know the specifics regarding your type of injury to see if it is covered by your company’s insurance plan. There are many varieties of insurance plans that your employer may have in place and some may work better for your claim than others.

To start this process, you will need to make an appointment for your initial diagnosis of your injuries. It is important to get the full explanation from your provider so that you can understand what treatment is prescribed for your full and pain free recovery. Dr Nix and his staff will help to diagnose and explain your injuries clearly and will answer any and all questions that will help with your compensation claims being resolved quickly.

If you have had the misfortune of a work related accident resulting in injury, contact Heber Chiropractic to make an appointment for your diagnosis and treatment plan at 435-654-1184.