If you are in need of an extraordinary workers comp attorney I recommend John Rosenbaum. He’s been representing me for 5 years. Not only has he gained respect from all my medical doctors, he also has put the fear into the workers-comp attorneys. My career was gymnastics coach. I’ve had 3 knee surgery’s, a Discectomy as well as 8 screws and 2 rods put in my back. Every pain relieving procedure right down to a permanent implant we now are scheduling surgery for.
At first I received many denials for medical treatment…many denials for payments due to me. John is so good I received TTD 8 yrs after injury when I needed to have my back surgery. When it was denied he also imposed sanctions against the workers-comp attorney for putting me through it. Everything and anything you probably have gone through John has successfully had approved for me. I haven’t met anyone in physical therapy or doctors offices that has received with or without an attorney anything close to what John has done for me.
Fighting for you is an understatement. After 2 hrs in the waiting room for my QME (Qualified Medical Evaluator) I called John and told him I can’t stay any longer. He Asked me to hand the phone to the people behind the desk. Not sure what the conversation was but I was able to go home. Re-booked for a week or so later. These appointments are booked 6 months in advance and you’re not supposed to miss them. On my return I was treated like royalty.
We as patients have enough physical and financial problems to deal with. The workers-comp system can work for you with the right attorney. I did try and go without an attorney. The system has gotten so complicated. Completely impossible to get any kind of quality medical unless you have a good attorney. I have the best medical team you can have. My area of expertise. Working with some of the best athletes in the world. From the Olympic’s to XGame’s.
John Rosenbaum is the one who got me the medical team I have now. Along with every dollar I was entitled to. Some of which you most likely don’t know exists.