Ohio Workers Comp' Medical Treatment Guidelines; Medical Treatment & Benefits

When you are recovering from a work-related injury you need to focus your energy on recovery - not on fighting the Managed Care Organization (MCO), insurance company and Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation (BWC) to get the medical treatment you need.

Northeast Ohio Medical Disability Benefits Attorney

At Robin J. Peterson Company, LLC, I can help you with any stage of the workers' compensation process. Whether you need to find a physician who treats workers' compensation injuries or advice on how to submit an initial request for authorization of medical treatment, need to add additional injuries onto an existing claim or prevent your treatment from being cut off before you are fully recovered I can help.

Compensating Injuries Of All Kinds

I've successfully helped clients get the medical assistance they need to treat a variety of work-related injuries, including:

  • Back injuries
  • Orthopedic injuries to bones and joints
  • Injuries from lifting
  • Injuries from falls
  • Lifting injuries
  • Repetitive motion injuries
  • Broken bones, fractures, sprains and strains
  • Carpel tunnel injuries
  • Burn injuries
  • Vision loss
  • Amputations

Compensation For Additional And Continuing Injuries

Even if your initial claim is approved, time and additional diagnostic testing may bring to light more serious injuries than initially thought. Insurance agencies are hesitant to add additional, and more serious, injuries on to what was once a simple claim. This can cause delays, medical treatments to be cut short and even denial of surgery, physical therapy or medicine.

Lawyer Robin J. Peterson has been helping injured workers get the medical care they need for more than 20 years. My firm has a clear understanding of the northeast Ohio workers comp medical treatment guidelines. I work hard to get your additional medical claims covered and prevent delays in your treatment.

If you have a work-related injury and are being denied treatment, surgery, therapy or medication, contact me, attorney Robin Peterson, for help.