Total knee replacement under workers' comp.

Knee injuries are very common on the jobsite. Individuals who sustain serious knee injuries sometimes require a total knee replacement. If that surgery is deemend to be reasonable and medically neccessary, and if it is related to the job injury, the workers' compenstion carrier should be required to pay for the procedure. However, insurance companies frequently deny injured workers the right to have total knee replacements. If you have a question about a knee surgery, or any surgery, recommended as part of a work comp claim, contact experienced Atlanta attorney Brian H. Sumrall at (404) 857-3835, or visit

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