Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) caused by workers' comp injury.

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) is a very serious condition associated with a vast array of symptoms including severe pain, swelling, changes in skin color, stiffness and muscle spasms. CRPS can be caused by any number of work injuries and is very difficult to treat. Workers' compensation carriers frequently refuse to provide treatment for CRPS because the treatment can be extremely costly. However, the workers' compensation carrier does not have the final say in whether they are responsible for paying for your CRPS treatment. A workers' compensation attorney can request a hearing to determine if the insurance carrier is required to pay for treatment. Call Atlanta lawyer Brian Sumrall to discuss your CRPS claim if the workers' compensation carrier is refusing to treat your condition or is providing inadequate treatment.

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