Candia, NH asked in Workers' Compensation for New Hampshire

Q: I rolled my ankle at work resulting in a break and severe sprain. Worker’s Comp is saying it’s not compensable

I work at a hospital. After making a bed, I turned, rolled my ankle resulting in the fracture and sprain. Workers Comp has paid for my ER visit and first Ortho MD visit but doesn’t want to pay for any further care. Do I have a case for appeal?

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1 Lawyer Answer
Michael Levin
Michael Levin
  • Workers' Compensation Lawyer
  • Sturbridge, MA
  • Licensed in New Hampshire

A: Yes, of course! If you suffered an injury at work, then WC has to take care of you in terms of lost wages and medical care until you are able to return to work. Use Justia's "Find a lawyer" tab to find someone near you.

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