For Physical Therapy
If you have been injured in a car accident in the state of Michigan or carry a no-fault Michigan car insurance policy, you may be eligible for free physical therapy services at Step Forward Wellness in Grand Rapids, MI
To qualify, you must talk to your auto insurance company’s claim department, about the healthcare services you may be eligible for post-crash.
*If you have an auto accident, no-fault insurance pays for your medical expenses, wage loss benefits, replacement services, and the damage you do to other people’s property. It does not matter who caused the accident.*
Note: We take ANY No Fault Auto Insurance Claim, as long as it has been determined by the insurance company that you qualify. If you qualify, your counseling will be completely free of charge.
Using No Fault Auto Insurance claims with our Grand Rapids clinic is easy. Simply contact your No Fault Auto Insurance case manager and get your “Claim Number.” Then ask them if physical therapy is covered as part of your post accident healthcare (it should be!). Then contact our office at 734-646-4221 and we will help you set the claims, so that you won’t owe anything for your services. Next you just get set up for appointments and start the process.
Please note that No Fault Auto Insurance Claims is not affiliated with your private or public healthcare plan. The therapy services offered by our office must be targeted on helping you feel better post car-accident. Our services will target all of the symptoms related to the car accident until you feel better. If you choose to remain in physical therapy, after your symptoms (from the car accident) have been reduced or gone away completely–you may opt to use your private or public health insurance for other therapy goals. If your No Fault Auto Insurance health case manager representative has questions, please have them contact the office
We look forward to serving you by providing excellent therapy services at this time, while accommodating your Auto Insurance Claim.
You can read more about No Fault Insurance claims from the State of Michigan’s website here. (https://www.michigan.gov/documents/cis_ofis_ip202_25083_7.pdf)