Workers Compensation Clinic in Dallas Treats Federal Employee Injury

Federal workers in Dallas have a viable choice for occupational injury treatment and rehabilitation.

Online PR News – 18-October-2012 – Dallas, TX – Accuhealth Pain & Injury Clinic in North Dallas is now treating Federal Employees who have sustained work related injuries with expert care and treatment. Their multidisciplinary staff is certified to treat Federal, Postal Employee, Texas, and Out-of-State Workers Compensation claims.

Federal workers who are injured on the job are covered by the Federal Employee's Compensation Act that affords workers' compensation benefits to over 3 million federal and postal employees. These benefits include, but are not limited to, replacement of wages, cost of medical care, and rehabilitation assistance.

Those who are are unsure about their rights or the claims process are encouraged to contact the Federal Workers Compensation experts at Accuhealth to take advantage of their free consultation and free claims assistance. The friendly, bilingual staff at Accuhealth is dedicated to giving patients the attention and treatment they deserve. They have even been known to treat denied cases.

One of the more important rights afforded to injured federal employees is the right to choose their treating doctor. If a federal worker is injured and is suspicious (or otherwise displeased) of the assigned doctor, they can choose Accuhealth to treat their injury and oversee their rehabilitation.

A recent patient offered the following opinion. "Just a little note to let you know how very pleased I am with Accuhealth's top-notch therapy clinic. The doctors and staff are very professional, friendly and knowledgeable. The doctors fought very hard for my case, so that I could receive the proper care and treatments. The facility sincerely has the patient's best interest. My unfortunate mishap, turned out to be a gratifying experience. Just wanted to give a big THANK YOU to Accuhealth, even down to the drivers, who are always prompt and courteous. - Minnie B."