Do I have to accept rehabilitation if offered?

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Updated: 4/13/2007 3:37 pm
Generally, it is to your advantage to accept rehabilitation to assist you in returning to work. If you refuse to cooperate with rehabilitation, it can be grounds for suspending your benefits. However, if you are asked to participate in a vocational-rehabilitation program, and you are not physically able to do so, you may wish to consider hiring a workers' compensation attorney. An experienced attorney should be able to assist you in all steps of the vocational rehabilitation procedure. If at any time you are not satisfied with the medical treatment or recommendations from a doctor provided by the workers' compensation carrier, you may wish to consult an attorney.
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