Asked in Workers' Compensation for Maryland

Q: I got hurt at work which caused me to need a bilateral faciotomy on both legs. everything was going fine but then my

wife had to deploy for a couple months and I cant drive so I had to go back home where our family is at (Michigan). I had a primary care doctor in Michigan. I was hurt in Maryland. However my primary care doctor dropped me as a patient due to insurance not being accepted (accident fund). when my wife got back I came back to Maryland. I did complete physical therapy while I was in Michigan but now workmans comp is saying that they may not cover me anymore because (according to my lawyer) I didn't have medical care for a short amount of time. My wife tried to get me a doctor in Maryland and brought me back to Maryland so she could continue to help me. I finally seen a doctor last week and now my meds aren't being filled because of the gap in medical treatment. What can I do?

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Eric Todd Kirk
Eric Todd Kirk
Answered
  • Workers' Compensation Lawyer
  • Baltimore, MD
  • Licensed in Maryland

A: Your lawyer is in the best position to answer this question for you. Please consult with him or her.

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