A twenty-something laborer sustained a severe low-back injury in the course and scope of his employment, requiring three surgeries in two weeks. Client made remarkable strides and returned to work. But when his back issues started to eventually flare up again, the insurer argued the condition was not related to his workers' compensation injury. We obtained another opinion from a well-reputed spine surgeon who opined as to the relatedness to the time-of-injury job and made further treatment recommendations contrary to the recommendations from the other doctor. The insurer ultimately agreed to settle the claim on a disputed basis and included ample consideration for future medical treatment based on the second doctor's recommendations.All Case Results  FREE Case Evaluation
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