Labor & Industries Claims

We are a verified care provider for Washington State Department of Labor & Industries

Workers' compensation pays for medical care related to your accident or illness. If you cannot work after your injury, you may be eligible for a portion of your lost wages. Most important, L&I or your self‑insured employer may help coordinate a safe and timely return to work.

If you have a work-related injury, we have providers on staff seven days a week. Your follow-up care will be with an L&I-specialized provider with over 15 years of experience. 

We Treat:

  • Fractures

  • Lacerations (Cuts)

  • Strains & Contusions

  • Simple on-the-job injuries

What to expect from your medical provider

Your doctor will:

  • Certify whether your injury is work-related

  • Help you file a workers’ compensation claim

  • Work with you to decide when you can return to work

  • Recommend any further treatment you may need

My employer wants to choose my doctor or send someone with me

 

You may see a company doctor if you wish, but you have the right to choose your doctor and also to decide who, if anyone, you want to accompany you to the doctor. You have the right to decline to have the company nurse or any employer representative escort you to the hospital, doctor, or any other medical visit.

Your employer can't discriminate or retaliate against you. Contact us if you need assistance.

What you will need:

  • Please know if your employer uses state L & I or a third-party payer.

  • If you have seen someone for this injury prior, please bring all documents and notes.

  • Bring all documents related to the injury from your employer.