CRPS and workers' compensation claim.

Chronic regional pain syndrome (CRPS) is a complex diagnosis and can be caused by a workplace injury. In Georgia, if you have been diagnosed with CRPS as a result of a workplace injury, the workers' compensation carrier is required to pay for all reasonable and medically necessary treatment. However, claims adjusters frequently refuse to recognize CRPS as a legitimate condition and refuse to pay for treatment. If you would like to discuss your workers' compensation claim with an experienced Atlanta attorney, contact Brian H. Sumrall at 404.924.4595, or visit

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