Postal Employee Injury Treatment in Dallas

Postal Employee Injury Doctor in Dallas

Accuhealth's postal worker injury experts in Dallas offer a wide range of services and treatments for postal workers who are injured while on duty.  Our diverse team of therapists, doctors, and workers compensation specialists has the skills and resources needed to help resolve your health issues. At the same time, we will help you seek any benefits for which you qualify. We understand that a work-related illness or injury is a major financial and emotional setback for both you and your family and that there are benefits and compensation to which you are legally entitled as a postal worker. Call us at (972) 544-7586 .

Our comprehensive postal worker injury doctor Dallas services offerings include:

  • Free consultations for work-related injury patients
  • Free claims assistance by a former OWCP claims examiner
  • Complete medical diagnostics and evaluation
  • Comprehensive work-related injury treatment options including Carpal Tunnel Treatment, Spinal, Joint and Extremity Injury Treatment, Work Hardening and Conditioning Program, Psychologically Based Chronic Pain Management programs

Additional services include:

  • Ongoing progress evaluations and therapy
  • Pain Management
  • Texas State and Federal Workers Compensation claims processing
  • Free transportation to and from our clinic
  • Workers Compensation Attorney Referral
  • Multilingual staff and services

About the Postal Worker Injury and Compensation Program

The USPS Injury Compensation Program began in 1974, when the Federal Employees' Compensation Act (FECA) was amended to include more benefits for federal workers. These included such things as continuation of pay and the claimant's choice of physician. At the same time, a specific program was created especially for postal workers. Employees of the United States Postal Service now receive compensation benefits due to personal injury or illness while performing their jobs. In the event that a work-related injury or disease results in death, the worker's dependents will receive payment and compensation.

What You Should Know About Your Rights to Compensation

At Accuhealth's postal worker injury center in Dallas, we ensure that our clients fully understand their benefit rights. Under the Postal Reorganization Act, all full-time, part-time, and temporary postal service employees receive worker's compensation coverage in the event of a work-related injury. Therefore, it is important to file your claim and seek compensation even if you have only worked at the USPS for a short time.

Postal workers should also know that they may be entitled to their regular pay for up to 45 days following a traumatic injury. This ensures that income is not interrupted while a postal worker injury doctor Dallas helps the patient towards full recovery. After the 45 day period, the employee must apply for an extension.

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Our Location

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208 West Spring Valley Road
Richardson, TX 75081

(972) 544-7586

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I have experienced high quality treatment from a professional staff and wouldn't hesitate in referring to other potential clients.- Barry S.
Accuhealth fought very hard for my case so I could receive the proper care and treatments. They sincerely have your best interest at heart. - M.B.