Can I be forced to return to work?
You can be forced to return to work through a request by the insurer to classify your case as eligible for reemployment benefits. This does not mean that as an injured worker you have no recourse. However, it does mean that you must once again reestablish the state of your medical condition.

If you are physically able to perform other work, the insurer may ask that you undertake a retraining program. You are not required to undergo this retraining, but if you elect to forgo the training you are only eligible for a one-time "job dislocation" payment. However, if your medical provider and the medical examiner chosen by the insurance company conclude that you are not eligible for reemployment benefits, you will not be forced to return to work.

For a free evaluation of your case and to determine if your condition is eligible for reemployment benefits, click here.


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