Rehabilitation Benefit

Published: | Updated: September 25, 2017

Definition - What does Rehabilitation Benefit mean?

Rehabilitation benefit is the feature of a workers' compensation policy that gives someone who has been injured at work access to rehabilitative treatments that will give them a chance to regain their full physical or mental capacity.

Insuranceopedia explains Rehabilitation Benefit

Accidents do happen in a workplace, and they can be serious enough to incapacitate someone to the extent that they can no longer work. Workers' compensation policies offer rehabilitation benefits to address this problem. The benefit allows the employee to go through a program in a licensed and competent facility with the aim of not just making them functional but of recovering their physical and mental states to the conditions they were in before the injury.

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