Benefits are provided to you through the insurance carrier for your employer. You may be entitled to the following:
- You should be paid for the time your doctor has you out of work. However, you are not entitled to compensation until you have been out of work at least 8 days.
- Your medical bills should be paid by your employer or your employer’s insurance carrier.
- You should be reimbursed for mileage to and from your doctor’s appointments. You must travel at least 5 miles each way in order to be reimbursed for mileage.
- Your prescription medications and approved medical supplies should be paid for by your employer or the insurance carrier.
- Under the law, you may be entitled to additional compensation if you are permanently injured, even if you can still work.
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