Surgery in Georgia Workers' Compensation Claims.

Georgia workers' compensation carriers are required to pay for all reasonable and necessary medical procedures.  In cases where surgery is recommended, these carriers frequently deny the injured worker the right to have surgery, even though the need for surgery is obviously related to a work injury.  Surgery can be expensive, so these carriers have a financial incentive in denying the procedure, even if it is recommended by an authorized provider.  However, the claims adjuster does not have the final say in the matter.  An experienced attorney can present your case to a judge and attempt to obtain an Order requiring the workers' comp carrier to authorize the procedure.  If the claims adjuster refuses to authorize your surgery, contact Atlanta workers' compensation attorney Brian H. Sumrall at (404)924-4595, or visit
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