Can I be compensated for an injury that occurs on the way to a medical exam ordered by the BWC?

by The Bainbridge Firm, LLC | Feb 11, 2019 | Workers' Compensation

A Court of Appeals has held that injuries sustained by the claimant while traveling to or from a Bureau medical examination are compensable “as being directly and proximately caused by circumstances that arose out of employment...read more >>

Can I be compensated for sustaining an injury on my way to a medical exam ordered by the BWC?

by Kara Dolan-West | Apr 03, 2015 | Medical Care Benefits

A Court of Appeals has held that injuries sustained by the claimant while traveling to or from a Bureau medical examination are compensable “as being directly and approximately caused by circumstances that arose out of employment...read more >>

Medical Exams Ordered by the BWC

by Kara Dolan-West | Apr 01, 2015 | Medical Care Benefits

Revised Code § 4123.53 permits the Administrator of the Bureau of Workers’ compensation or the Industrial Commission to compel any employee “claiming the right to receive compensation to submit to a medical examination, vocational evaluation, or...read more >>