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Do I get paid if I have to leave work for medical treatment?

Does either the workers' compensation insurance company or your employer pay you for ongoing treatment during work hours?

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Who pays me for having to leave work to get treatment?

If you return to work after an injury, but continue medical treatment, your employer wouldn't be responsible for paying you for the time you need to take off to go to your medical visits. The employer is only required to let you take the time off from work if these visits can't be scheduled outside of your regular work schedule. The insurer must reimburse you for reasonable travel expenses for these appointments. You're compensated for lost work time only if you're going for a medical evaluation at the insurer's request and the appointment conflicts with your normal working hours.

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