One of the most common issues that faces Department of Labor patients’ is finding a physician who can get their claim accepted. Our physicians are certified DOL-OWCP providers and are experts at getting claims accepted. OWCP claims are usually denied because the physician writing the report does not understand how to write a DOL report or what diagnoses the DOL will accept. Bad reports = denied claims. The reports must show direct causation between the patient’s job and their injury. What happens when a physician fails to get a claim accepted? It means that neither the physician nor the patient are going to be getting paid, and usually the patient has to use their valuable sick and/or vacation leave. We have a 100% claims acceptance rate and are ready to help get your injury claims accepted so you can get treatment, get better, and get back to work.
Our experienced federal workers compensation experts will gladly meet with you to review your claim and paperwork without charging you a dime out-of-pocket.
Our OWCP injury claim experts will help you complete all paperwork and documentation needed to get your claim approved and your compensation benefits started!
Our team of Department of Labor experts will help you throughout the life of your claim with all claims paperwork, OWCP forms, and rehabilitation management.
An impairment rating is provided by an OWCP physician when a patient has reached Maximum Medical Improvement (MMI) and describes the level of their disability.
A patient reaches MMI when our physicians have utilized every treatment approach available and the patient has reached a point where treatments are no longer beneficial, and the patient’s condition cannot further improve.
All patients undergo a new patient evaluation with one of our skilled physicians and are given a treatment plan based on their injury or condition. Treatments may include PRP injections, Functional Medicine, traditional Medical treatment, Physical Therapy, Chiropractic, Occupational Therapy, Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy and more. Once our physicians believe that you have reached MMI or have been restored to your condition prior to injury you will receive an impairment rating.
Unfortunately, we cannot give a patient a diagnosis or impairment rating based on the examination of physician outside our practice. We can only give a patient a rating after we have examined them and expended all our treatment options. Our experienced physicians will utilize every treatment option available will the goal of returning you to your pre-injury status.
Many doctors do not take the functional and integrative approach that our physicians utilize. Under our care your MMI can reach a higher functionality level with the goal of restoring you to your pre-injury status. Our mission is to get you back to work quickly and functioning efficiently and effectively.