Monthly Archives: December 2012

The Workers’ Compensation Insurer has Stopped my Chiropractic Treatment for my Work Injury, but my Chiropractor Continues to Recommend Further Treatment. What are my Options to get More Treatment?

After an injury, the employer and insurer are required to pay for all reasonable, necessary and causally related medical treatment. However, there are limits to the duration and frequency of certain treatments that you can receive. One of those treatments that have limits include chiropractic care. Typically, workers’ compensation covers 12 weeks of chiropractic treatment. This varies depending […]

Does an Employer have to Purchase or have Workers’ Compensation Insurance?

Most employers in Minnesota are required to have Minnesota Workers’ Compensation insurance, or for some companies, be self-insured. There are certain limited situations where an employer may not need to have coverage, however, in most situations they are required to have workers’ compensation insurance on their employees. Even though a Minnesota employer may not have […]