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Workers Compensation

Please follow the protocols of Clarendon District Three as outlined in the Workers Comp Process Flow Chart when seeking workers compensation.

Important Things to Remember Regarding Workers Compensation
  1. Employees must seek medical attention from the designated medical care provider.  The exception to this is dental and eye care.
  2. Extensive diagnostic testing such as an MRI requires prior approval.
  3.  An employee must be absent from work due to the incident for seven or more days for an employee to receive workers compensation payroll.
  4. If an employee misses work for fifteen or more days, workers compensation may pay for all days missed.
  5. If workers compensation pays for salary / wage, it pays at 66.67% of regular salary.
  6. Employees are responsible for keeping the Clarendon District Three finance / benefits office informed of patient progress.
  7. Once the medical care provider releases an employee to return to work with no restrictions, the workers compensation file is closed.
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