Broken Bones Work Injury Attorney

Outcomes in broken bone cases can vary greatly. Successful treatment of a bone fracture can result in healing and a return to a normal lifestyle. When something goes wrong, however, a broken bone can leave a sufferer with lasting damage such as chronic pain or numbness.

Broken bones from a workplace accident? Make sure you will be properly compensated for all the medical care you need. Call us, the experienced workers' compensation attorneys at Berger & Michelena:213-624-9999.

It is best to work with an experienced orthopedic specialist after breaking a bone. In the case of a workplace injury, however, an employer may insist that you seek treatment from a less qualified physician. For example, the doctor treating you after you have broken your arm or leg may not detect or report your ongoing pain brought on by reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD) syndrome, a form of complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS).

Quite a few clients request help from Berger & Michelena's attorneys when they realize they should be seen by a highly knowledgeable orthopedic specialist. Our attorneys have a great deal of experience fighting back when insurers seek to block our clients' right to access to doctors who will treat them appropriately.

California law does not require licensed attorneys to represent people at workers' compensation hearings. However, our practice is to go above and beyond the requirements for the sake of our clients. At Berger & Michelena, one of our experienced attorneys will represent you. We aim to provide exceptional service and protect your right to work with the right kind of doctor for your injury.

Contact Our Los Angeles Workers' Comp Lawyers

For a free consultation, please call 213-624-9999 or 800-488-4813. We also welcome you to contact us online.