Seminar: Getting Medical Treatment Authorized for Injured Workers

Posted By Thomas F. Martin, PLC || 21-Sep-2015

You only get one body. That's why it’s essential to get the medical treatment an injured worker needs after they suffer a work injury.

On Saturday, September 12, 2015 Attorney Thomas F. Martin was invited to speak to a large group of physicians and attorneys to teach them how to obtain medical treatment authorizations for injured workers. Martin also covered techniques to successfully appeal treatment denials by insurance companies.

"It's a battle to get the right treatment as quickly as possible", Martin said. "If you aren't on top of the latest legal developments, the injured worker loses out on the opportunity to fully heal and get back to work."

"Integrating the Latest Law into your Medical and Law Practice" is a 3-day seminar series, and sponsored by the California Applicants Attorneys Association.

Martin has been invited back to speak at Day 2 and 3 of the series on how to defeat "Apportionment," a term for how insurance companies blame other factors FOR permanent injury - whether they caused problems in the past or not.

Day 2 and 3 of the seminar series will be held on October 23 and 24th at the Four Points Sheraton Hotel LAX. You can register for future seminars at!

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