If you have ever gone through the workers comp claims process you are likely familiar with the role of a qualified rehabilitation consultant. However, for those who have never experienced the work injury process, a qualified rehabilitation consultant may be a completely new term. In this article we are going to talk about qualified rehabilitation consultants and their role in the work comp process.
What is a Qualified Rehabilitation Consultant?
A qualified rehabilitation consultant (or QRC for short) is an independent professional whose job it is to help injured workers return to their jobs in a timely manner after their injury.
Having a QRC after your injury is a benefit guaranteed to injured workers in Minnesota. The injured employee has the right to choose their own qualified rehab specialist, but many injured workers simply don’t want to go through the trouble of finding a good QRC. In that case, the insurance company will assign a QRC to the employee. This may seem convenient, but it can work against the injured employees best interests. QRCs appointed by your employer’s insurance company are working for the insurance company and doing everything they can to keep their costs down – which can negatively impact an employees benefits.
St. Louis Park Work Comp Lawyer
Among other things, one of the great benefits of having a Minnesota work comp attorney on your side is proper vetting of your QRC. Most Twin Cities work injury attorneys have relationships with trusted QRCs that will never take advantage of your rights or do anything to marginalize your benefits.
Margolis Law Firm is dedicated solely to protecting the rights of injured workers in Minnesota. Founding attorney Dean Margolis has been practicing work comp law for the past 30 years in the state of Minnesota, and has the connections and expertise to guide you through your case. It’s important to have a competent workman’s compensation lawyer at your side throughout your work injury claim to make sure your rights as an employee are upheld every step of the way. Our office is located in St. Louis Park, but we represent clients in the Minneapolis / St. Paul Metro, as well as greater Minnesota. Give us a call today to set up your free work comp consultation!
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