When injured on the job, it’s essential that you receive expert care to get you back to work and help you get the most out of your workers’ compensation benefits. The team at Tower Wound Care Centers offers effective, expert care for work-related injuries at their offices in Los Angeles, Encino, and Santa Monica, California. For a consultation regarding your workers’ compensation-eligible injury, call one of the offices or schedule an appointment online.
Workers’ compensation, or workers’ comp, is a type of insurance provided by your employer that provides medical coverage if you get injured at work. To receive workers’ comp benefits, your medical providers must adhere to a set of specific reporting guidelines.
The team at Tower Wound Care Centers is knowledgeable about workers’ comp requirements and is highly qualified to treat your work-related injury.
Whatever your occupation, you may be at some risk for having a work-related injury. According to the National Safety Council (NSC), jobs that hold the highest risk for injury include positions in the areas of:
According to the NSC, there is a work-related injury every seven seconds. If you are in one of these fields, you may be at significant risk for sustaining an injury.
Overexertion and repetitive activities account for as many as one-third of workplace injuries, making this the most common cause of workers’ comp claims. Tower Wound Care Centers provides excellent care for other common work-related injuries due to:
Slips and falls account for as many as one-third of all work-related injuries and could cause a variety of problems, including head injuries, cuts, and lacerations.
When there is moving machinery in the workplace, there’s an increased potential for limb loss, puncture wounds, crush injuries, and severed digits.
When your job involves the use of vehicles or other forms of transportation, you may experience a wide variety of traumatic soft tissue and skin injuries.
Working around fires and explosions could cause burns and traumatic injuries from flying objects, including puncture wounds, lacerations, cuts, and crush injuries.
The providers at Tower Wound Care Centers have extensive experience in treating wounds associated with work-related injuries, and they can help you get the most from your workers’ comp benefits.
For exceptional care for your injuries that are covered by workers’ compensation, call one of the offices or schedule an appointment online with Tower Wound Care Centers.