New Hampshire Workers' Compensation Pharmacy

Workers' Compensation Pharmacy in New Hampshire

When individuals are injured on the job in New Hampshire, they may be facing very serious injuries. These injuries often result in high medical expenses, complicated insurance matters, and a lot of time out of work. With so much to worry about, the last thing a person needs to worry about is how they are going to get their medication and if they are going to be covered by the insurance company. As a New Hampshire workers’ compensation pharmacy, AllianceMeds is here to help.

In New Hampshire, injured workers have the right to choose their own pharmacy. The Insurance Company may try to force the injured worker to use their mail-order pharmacy, but this is not allowed. The Insurance Company is trying to control the injured workers’ treatment in violation of New Hampshire law. AllianceMeds is on the injured workers’ side, not the Insurance Company’s and will fight to make sure that injured workers receive the medical treatment their doctors prescribe.

AllianceMeds has what it takes to make that process as simple as possible, delivering workers’ compensation medication directly to the patient, handling issues with the insurance company, and acting as a liaison between payers, physicians, and attorneys. If you are a worker injured on the job, you should focus on healing. We can take it from here. To learn more about our medication delivery service and to explore what we can do for you, contact AllianceMeds or sign up with AllianceMeds today!

Common Industries for, and Types of, New Hampshire Workplace Injuries

No matter what industry you work in or what kind of work you do, you could be injured on the job. However, there are some industries in the Granite State that see higher instances of workers’ compensation claims than others.

People who work in mining; arts, entertainment, and recreation; wholesale trade; transportation and warehousing; and health care and social assistance careers seem to be more likely to become injured in the course of their employment than people in other types of jobs. Unfortunately, some industries see higher workplace deaths than others. These include agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting, construction, and transportation and warehousing. In contrast, the industries in New Hampshire with the least number of workers’ compensation injury or death claims include professional, scientific, and technical services; information; finance and insurance; and management of companies and enterprises.

The most common types of injuries for New Hampshire workers each year tend to be as follows:

  • Injuries related to slips, trips, and falls
  • Overexertion injuries
  • Being struck by an object
  • Repetitive motion injuries
  • Equipment or machine-related accidents
  • Wrist strains or sprains
  • Ankle strains or sprains
  • Knee injuries
  • Shoulder injuries
  • Back and neck injuries

Understanding Workers’ Compensation Laws in New Hampshire

All states have workers’ compensation laws. These laws are designed to protect employees, so workers who are injured on the job do not have to pay for their medical treatment and recovery out of their own wages. In addition, if you suffer a workplace injury and cannot return to work right away, New Hampshire workers’ compensation provides money to cover lost wages (covering 60% of lost wages after you miss more than three days of work).

Most workers in the state are protected under workers’ compensation laws. This includes full-time, part-time, seasonal, temporary, and immigrant workers. Undocumented workers are also protected in New Hampshire.

While your employer must provide this coverage to you, you have obligations too. If you are injured, you need to notify your employer and complete an accident report form. In most cases, you do have the right to choose both your own doctor and your own pharmacy in New Hampshire. When you seek medical care, let the doctors know that the injury is work-related. The doctor can provide a form documenting whether/when you can return to work, stating any restrictions. Give a copy of this form to your employer for their records.

To obtain workers’ compensation benefits, you will need to file a claim. You do not need a lawyer to help you with this step, although you may choose to seek legal help.

Our Services

AllianceMeds understands that injured workers in New Hampshire may have a lot of concerns. AllianceMeds is a quality prescription home delivery service that can ensure that you receive your prescriptions on time without the hassle or cost of other home delivery pharmacies and without the concern of treatment interruption. When you enroll with AllianceMeds, the process of obtaining workers’ compensation medication has never been easier. Our services include:

  • Providing overnight delivery to your home free of charge
  • Eliminating all co-pays and out-of-pocket expenses so you don’t have to wait for insurance company reimbursement
  • Requesting refills from your doctor 7 to 10 days before they are scheduled to run out so you never miss a day of medication
  • Providing easy-open, childproof or blister packaging for all medications
  • Filling all FDA approved medications, including Schedule II Narcotics
  • Shipping prescriptions in secure packaging that includes a UPS tracking number
  • Accepting prescriptions by mail for all medications
  • Accepting Schedule II, III, IV and V class medications and non-scheduled class medications electronically

Enrollment Process

If you are interested in having your workers’ compensation prescriptions delivered by AllianceMeds, contact us today. One of our experienced service representatives can help you enroll online, over the phone, by fax, or through the mail. The process is simple and takes only a few minutes. As a workers’ comp pharmacy, AllianceMeds makes it easy by:

  • Calling you to get your enrollment information
  • Contacting your doctor to have your prescription sent directly to our pharmacist
  • Speaking with your attorney to inform them of your enrollment and obtain all necessary legal documents
  • Completing all claim forms and billing the insurance carrier
  • Staying up to date on all necessary prescription refills so you never go without medicine, regardless of claim issues
  • Shipping prescriptions to your front door with UPS overnight delivery

Contact Your Workers’ Compensation Home delivery Pharmacy

Workers injured on the job need someone to work as an advocate on their behalf. Do not let the insurance company push you around. Not only is AllianceMeds a reliable prescription delivery service, but we are also committed to fighting for injured workers and standing up to insurance carriers when claims are denied and innocent workers are held with the bill. No more! If you have been injured in a New Hampshire workplace accident, contact us or sign up with AllianceMeds today!


What types of injuries are covered by workers’ compensation in New Hampshire?

Almost any type of work-related injury is eligible for workers’ compensation benefits in New Hampshire. Slipping and falling in an office, being injured on a construction site, developing a repetitive use injury such as carpal tunnel syndrome, or becoming injured by a piece of equipment are all examples of injuries that would generally qualify for benefits.

To qualify, an injury or illness must be work related and it must occur in the course of employment, but this does not mean that the injury must happen at your primary place of employment. For example, if you need to run a work-related errand and are involved in a car accident on the way, your injuries should be covered under workers’ compensation.

How do I file a workers’ compensation claim in New Hampshire?

The process starts with notifying your employer that you were injured in the course of your employment. Your employer then has up to five days to file a “First Report of Injury” with the state’s Workers’ Compensation Division.

If you needed medical care beyond first aid to treat your injury, you must complete a “Notice of Accidental Injury or Occupational Disease” form (form number 8aWCA), available from your employer. Give them a copy and keep a copy for your own records.

Within 21 days after the insurance company receives the form from your employer, they must notify you of their decision. If the insurance company denies your claim, you have the right to appeal that decision.

What types of benefits are available under workers’ compensation in New Hampshire?

There are four broad categories of benefits available to injured workers in New Hampshire. First, you are entitled to payment of all reasonable and necessary medical expenses related to your injury.

Next, if you are temporarily unable to return to work, workers’ compensation must pay for temporary disability benefits that pay a percentage of your wages each week.

If your injury results in permanent disability, workers’ compensation includes ongoing disability benefit payments.

Finally, if necessary based on your injury, you may be able to receive benefits to pay for vocational services.