Why the need for a National Workers Compensation Directory?
There are many physician directories, but Workers-Compensation-Doctors.com is the first National Directory
devoted to Doctors who accept workers compensation cases. By specializing in workers compensation doctors,
our directory is able to provide adjusters, case managers, attorneys, and patients with the information they need to
easily find and schedule with work comp doctors nationally.
What is a Workers Compensation Doctor?
A Workers Compensation Doctor is a doctor who accepts work comp cases. This usually means they participate in
Workers Compensation Networks, Plans, or MCO's, plus have experience of evaluating and treating
work-related injuries. Not all doctors accept work comp cases, but all of our workers compensation doctors
listed in this directory accept work comp cases.
What does a Work Comp Doctor do?
Work Comp Doctors are the same as regular doctors, but with the difference that they also treat injured
workers. The goal of a work comp doctor is to return injured workers to their pre-injury condition and to
get them back to work.
How can I find a Workers Comp Doctor near me?
You can use the directory at the top of this page to find a Workers Comp Doctor near you. You can browse work comp doctors by specialty, location, network participation, and more.
What type of Work Comp Doctors are in the Directory?
Workers-Compensation-Doctors.com lists all major specialties, including work comp orthopedic doctors, work
comp pain management doctors, and more! Simply use the directory at the top of this page to select the
specialty you require.
What is a Work Comp Case?
A work comp case occurs when an employee injures themself while performing work-related duties. According
"You must consider an injury or illness to be work-related if an event or exposure in the
work environment either caused or contributed to the resulting condition or significantly aggravated a
pre-existing injury or illness."
Can I choose my own Workers Comp Doctor?
How much does it cost for a doctor to list with the Workers' Compensation Directory?
It is free for Doctors to list themselves. There are also premium packages available for doctors who would
like additional services.
Can I get a Second Opinion on Workers Comp?
Yes, however who will pay for this Second Opinion will depend on your state. If in doubt, contact your Employer, Insurance Adjuster, or Attorney for clarification.
How do Work Comp Doctors get paid?
Work Comp Doctors' medical treatment and services are usually for by the Workers' Compensation insurance.
The source of the insurance payments varies depending on the state, the size of the employer, and if the
employer is self-insured or not.
Can I change my Workers Comp Doctor?
In some circumstances it is possible to change your Workers Comp Doctor. However, this varies from state to
state. You will need to check the Workers' Compensation law within your state in order to determine if you
can - or cannot - switch workers comp doctor.
Is there a difference between workman's comp and workers' compensation?
The phrases 'workman's comp', workers' compensation, and 'work comp' are used interchangeably and mean the
Do workers comp doctors accept out-of-state insurance?
This varies from doctor to doctor. You can use our directory to filter doctors who accept out-of-state insurance.
How can I get an Evaluation by a Workers Comp Doctor?
You can select a doctor in our directory to provide you with an Evalutation of your work-related injury. Depending on your state, you may need to first get permission from your Employer or Work Comp Insurance Adjuster.
What fees do Workers Compensation Doctors charge?
The fee schedule for treating work-related injuries varies from state-to-state and from practice to
practice. Please contact the workers compensation doctors in our directory directly to request their fee schedules.
Where can I find other Expert Witnesses for my cases?
Our Directory lists many doctors who are also available as Expert Witnesses. However, if you need more help
with your search, you can contact our affiliate, The TASA Group
for more expert witness needs. At no cost to you, unless you designate the expert on your case.
I'm a doctor - where can I get workers compensation marketing for my practice?
If you are interested in workers compensation marketing for your practice, please read our page Workers
Compensation Marketing for Doctors.