Rehabilitation

Workers’ compensation insurance covers the rehabilitation costs of employees if

  • the employee’s ability to work, functional ability or opportunities to earn a living have deteriorated as the result of the injury or illness, or 
  • it is likely that the employee’s ability to work, functional ability or opportunities to earn a living may substantially deteriorate in the future as the result of the injury or illness.

Workers’ compensation insurance covers necessary travel and accommodation expenses caused by rehabilitation. More information on compensation for travel and accommodation costs

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