What if my primary treating doctor is not concerned about my care?
So, you have been injured at work, and the employer has recommended you to see a doctor. In Redding, this is likely ROMC, or another walk-in clinic. After seeing the doctor several times:
- The doctor is rushing you back to work.
- The doctor is not spending any time with you.
- The doctor doesn't seem to hear your complaints.
- The doctor ignores your complaints.
- The doctor seems to just want to help the insurance company
- You want to see your own doctor.
Or one of many other complaints arises about your primary treating physician. What are your options?
Other Frequently Asked Questions:
- How do I change my primary treating doctor?
- What if I am unsure whether my injury occurred at work?
- What is SB 863 & how does it affect injured workers' benefits?
- What can I do if my Work Comp claim has been denied?
- What benefits are injured workers entitled to?
- How much does it cost to hire a Workers' Comp Attorney?
- When should I hire a lawyer for my Work Comp Claim?