Tag Archives: DOctors

Measuring trips for medical mileage money reimbursement

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Herndon law firm ABRAMS LANDAU are told that they can be reimbursed for trips to the doctors, physical therapists, radiologists, for their on the job injuries.  Our disabled workers compensation clients then want to know how they submit this “expense” for payment, because, unlike the medical expenses, their are no “bills” for trips they take

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Cough Medicine and Cold Remedy Safety Tips

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Following yesterday’s post on “Robotripping,” getting “high” on legal, over the counter (“OTC”) drugs, you are probably concerned and asking, “What can we do to keep our families safe ?”  Today’s post looks at useful information regarding cough suppressants and cold medications that contain dextromethorphan (AKA “Dex”).  According to Consumer Reports: Do not give these

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Can the insurance company and their lawyer talk to my work injury doctor whenever they want ?

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In a word, according to Herndon Reston workers comp lawyer Doug Landau, “NO.” Insurance company agents, especially their defense lawyers and so-called “nurses” and “medical case managers” routinely try to go behind our backs and talk to the doctors without the patient or their lawyer’s being present. This is called an “ex parte” contact, and

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M.R.I.’s may cause burns to patients with drug patches

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Many ABRAMS LANDAU clients have undergone Magnetic Resonance Imaging (“MRI”) studies to help their treating doctors diagnose their back, neck, spine injuries and orthopedic injuries. Often, South Riding workers compensation, personal injury and Social Security Disability lawyer Doug Landau’s construction worker clients have to have an x-ray to make sure they have no metal in

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