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Why Workers’ Comp Needs a Strong Home and Vehicle Modification Partner

Workers' compensation programs looking to update workers' homes and vehicles after injury must partner with a team that has a deep understanding of the risks these modifications face.
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After an injury, there are many layers to managing a workers’ compensation claim. There’s immediate medical intervention; the need for continued assessment after the fact; a return-to-work plan; connecting with an adjuster; keeping physicians, employers, insurers and workers all on the same page.

But what about addressing the home and transportation needs of an injured worker?

In catastrophic cases, injured workers are left grappling with a life-altering injury that requires additional change to how they operate both in a work setting and at home. Sometimes that requires home and vehicle modifications that enable the worker to get around.

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HOMELINK is an innovative, national provider of integrated ancillary services to the healthcare and workers compensation industries.

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