Being injured, in pain, and waiting on worker’s comp to approve treatment and mail checks is stressful. Worrying about the future of your job is stressful. Not making as much money as you’re used to is stressful.
What stood out to me the most was that you always assured me that I could call you at anytime, and that made me feel at ease.— Lilla Tennyson
Employers and insurers have nurse case managers, adjusters, peer reviews, and the treating physician all working with them on every case. You, as an injured employee, might have your treating physician, your family members for emotional support, and maybe other co-workers who have been injured on the job. But you don’t have a professional to give you advice.
I loved how you explained the process and how easy it was to talk to you. I also appreciated the friendliness of you and your staff, the convenience of speaking with you, and just happy to see you willing to help.— Markeela Daniels
As you reach important decisions, you can meet with Michael again to make sure you feel confident about what’s happening in your case.