What if I disagree with the vocational rehabilitation plan? (Worker's Comp, Workmens Comp)

Posted by Tony Brock | Jan 20, 2022 | 0 Comments

You have the right to participate in the development of your vocational rehabilitation plan. If you disagree with the plan developed by the vocational rehabilitation counselor, you do not have to sign or agree to the plan. You should state your reason why you disagree with the plan. While your counselor may still present the proposed plan to the court's Vocational Rehabilitation Section, you have the right to disagree with the plan. Note: If you have agreed to and signed the plan, but the employer/insurer denies the plan, you can file a motion or petition (lawsuit) with the court. You may also file a petition if the plan is disapproved by the court's Vocational Rehabilitation Section.

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