NYC Injection Therapy Attorneys
Injection therapy is the term used for cortisone injections used to treat soft tissue, bursa, muscle and joint injuries. Recently, guideline restructurings have made it more difficult to have this treatment approved under workers’ compensation laws.
At Kaplan Lawyers PC, we understand the processes involved in attaining full and comprehensive medical care. Many people have enjoyed vast reductions in pain and swelling using these treatments, so if you are suffering from an ailment or an injury that steroid or cortisone injections can resolve, and your doctor has recommended injection therapy but the workers’ compensation carrier will not approve the treatment, contact the workers’ compensation attorneys at Kaplan Lawyers PC so that you can get the relief that you deserve.
Choosing Injection Therapy
If you’ve decided that injection therapy is the right choice for you, our workers’ compensation lawyers will fight to ensure that the procedures are covered under workers’ compensation benefits. Our professionals have dealt with a large array of cases, ranging from sciatica and arthritis to traumatic workplace injuries and we will work tirelessly to ensure that you are able to get the treatment that your doctor has recommended.
Contact us for a free consultation
Here at Kaplan Lawyers PC we are dedicated to protecting your rights and maximizing your workers’ compensation benefits as you recover. We offer free assistance and there is no fee unless you get the benefits that you’re entitled to.
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