Spinal cord stimulator paid for by workers' comp.

If you have a severe workers' compensation injury your doctor may recommend a spinal cord stimulator. Spinal stimulators are very expensive and require a great deal of maintenance over the course of your life. If the implantaion of the stimulator is related to your job injury, the workers' compensation carrier should be required to pay for it. However, insurance companies are frequently very reluctant to do so because of the cost of the procedure and lifetime maintenance costs. If a doctor has recommended a spinal cord stimulator for your work comp claim and you would like to discuss the recommendation with an attorney, contact Atlanta workers' comp lawyer Brian H. Sumrall at (404) 857-3835 or visit

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