Davie Back Injury Lawyers – Orthopedic Injury Attorneys
Joan Dymond Horenstein, P.A. – Defending Your Right to the Care and Compensation You Deserve
|Types of Orthopedic Injuries||What to Expect After an Orthopedic Injury|
|Severe Spinal Cord Injuries||Free Consultation of Your Work Injury|
Orthopedic injuries affect the fingers, toes, arms, legs, shoulders, elbows, wrists, knees, hips, feet, ankles, neck, back and spine. These painful injuries can keep you out of work, jeopardizing your ability to earn money to pay your bills and care for yourself and your family. If you have been hurt at work or in an accident outside of work, you could qualify for workers' compensation benefits that pay medical bills and keep you financially stable while you rehabilitate. You may also be compensated for your pain and suffering and hardship if you are not injured in the workplace.
Joan Dymond Horenstein, P.A., assists individuals with a wide range of orthopedic injuries, including the following:
- Cervical neck injuries
- Thoracic mid-back injuries
- Shoulder injuries
- Ankle injuries
- Wrist injury
- Leg, foot injuries
- Hip injuries/thigh injuries
- Arm and elbow injuries
- Lumbar lower back injuries
What to Expect After an Orthopedic Injury
When an injured worker seeks medical care immediately after an on-the-job injury or other personal injury accident, often the first step is an X-ray. If the X-ray shows no problems, a doctor may prescribe medication or physical therapy. If physical therapy yields no results, the next step is an MRI, a test that will help detect spinal cord problems such as bulging discs, herniated discs or nerve root encroachment.
At Joan Dymond Horenstein, P.A., we support our clients throughout the medical process, working hard to ensure they get the care they deserve. Several types of treatment are available for orthopedic injuries, and our firm will help you achieve appropriate compensation for the medical care that's right for you.
We help clients obtain a wide variety of medical treatment for injuries, including the following:
- Pain management
- Physical rehabilitation
- Chiropractic care
Pembroke Pines Spinal Cord Injury Lawyer Helping People Who Have Sustained Severe Spinal Injuries
Spinal injuries can be very severe, resulting in full or partial paralysis. Paraplegia and quadriplegia are life-changing catastrophic injuries that may prevent an injured person from returning to work in the same capacity, particularly if he or she was employed in a physically demanding job, such as construction. At Joan Dymond Horenstein, P.A., our legal team will forcefully defend your rights and work hard to ensure you receive the best possible medical treatment and rehabilitation. In addition, our firm will work to help you get compensation for pain and suffering if your injury was not work related and was caused by the negligence or actions of someone else.
If you've suffered any orthopedic injury that has interrupted your life, and you need help receiving compensation from the at-fault party, applying for unemployment compensation, workers' compensation benefits, or appealing SSD benefits that have been denied, contact us at Joan Dymond Horenstein, P.A., for a free consultation.