DALLAS, May 15, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- MedChiro Injury Rehab and Dr. Fred Amin D.C. of
Dr. Fred Amin D.C. brings over 15 years experience in treating patients of all types, especially patients suffering injuries due to work or auto related accidents. Most recently, Dr. Amin D.C. was head of physical rehabilitation program for a prominent orthopedic surgeon treating predominantly Department of Labor injured workers for their Federal Workers Compensation claims.
MedChiro Injury Rehab also provides the services of a former Workers Compensation Adjuster to assist injured workers with their claim paperwork. Often the most difficult part of the process for Federal injured workers and Texas injured workers is properly filling out and filing the paperwork required to get their claim approved in order to receive their claim benefits. The former Workers Compensation Adjuster at MedChiro Injury Rehab will assist any injured workers with their CA Forms for Federal Workers Comp Claims or DWC Forms for Texas Workers Comp Claims for free, along with appeals for any denied aspects of a claim.
MedChiro Injury Rehab offers free consultations, free transportation, free claims assistance, and same day appointments. You can call 214-643-6688 to schedule your free consultation, or visit their site https://southdallaschiropractors.com for more information.
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