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Conference Aims to Connect Contractors, Carriers on Home Modifications

By William Rabb (Reporter)

Tuesday, August 20, 2019 | 306 | 0 | 60 min read

After catastrophic injuries, workers are often left paralyzed and in need of extensive home modifications. Doorways need to be widened to accommodate wheelchairs. Countertops and sinks may have to be lowered. Bathtubs must be made accessible. Light switches should be placed within easy reach. But contractors don't always know what changes the workers' compensation carrier will pay for. And sometimes a contractor isn't hired until just days before the worker is set to come home when some modifications can take months to complete. To help solve this problem, and connect constructi...

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