Worker's Compensation Interpreting

All employees injured on the job are entitled to Worker’s Compensation benefits. In accordance with their employer’s obligation, employees unable to speak, understand, or communicate in English must have an interpreter readily available.

Language barriers between your Deaf Injured Workers, medical providers, and others a part of the Worker's Compensation case can heavily disrupt prompt Return-To-Work and the overall medical recovery process- causing unnecessary, additional costs to the claim.

Our Worker’s Compensation interpreters are professionally trained to work with your injured workers throughout the duration of their treatment and recovery starting with the initial meetings between the injured workers and the insurer, Qualified Rehabilitation Consultant, or Case Manager.

Learn more about the laws in place to protect injured worker's with disabilities here:

U.S. Department of Justice – A Guide to Disability Rights Laws

U.S Department of Labor

Unspoken Language Services has experience interpreting in the following Worker's Compensation Interpreting settings:

Mediations & MSCs
Attorney Meetings
Depositions Arbitrations Hearings Trials
Physical & Occupational Therapy Appointments
In-patient/ Out-patient
AMEs, IMEs, & QMEs
Medical Appointments

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