E.S. asks from Long Beach, CA on November 13, 2008
Seeking an Honest/good Worker Comp Lawyer in the Long Beach Area
Hi Mommies, I have been working for years typing notes on computer and now I have what doctors call tendeninous on both hands and arms. It is very painful. I can't pick up my daughter as much as i want due to the pain. I tried to work with the worker comp. Doctors but they seem to minimize my condition. I wanted to avoid getting a lawyer but at this time they are denied the services that I need. Please help. thank you in advance. :p
J.D. answers from Los Angeles on November 14, 2008
I don't know what to say about an attorney but I will share about chiropractic. I had two doctors tell me and the tests to prove that I needed surgery in both of my wrists BUT there was only a 50% chance of it working.
Someone told me of a chiropracter that they use so I went. After my second visit I remember standing in front of my mom and telling her that my hands were feeling funny, they were tingling. I realized what was happening is that they were getting blood flow into them. No surgery and haven't looked back.
He correctly adjusted my neck where I had a pinched nerve and adjusted my arms and wrists. Still does it on occasion. So do try other options because they are SO quick to jump on surgery and I have talked to so many people who have had the surgery and still have problems. I give anywhere from 100 to 400 hand massages a month when I am exhibiting my Sensaria products and I see and talk to people about it.
L.M. answers from Los Angeles on November 22, 2008
I have a real good attorney- He represented me in my workers comp case and won! He was honest and made me feel like I was worth the fight. He didn't give me unrealistic options...his name is Manuel Nunes and is with the law offices of Rose, Klein & Marias in Long Beach-tell him I referred you-L. Macias Good luck!!
T.M. answers from Los Angeles on November 16, 2008
Javier Trujillo--he's located in Los Angeles, don't have his number handy--but you can do a search for it. I work with WC patients (I'm a psychologist) and he's handled some of my patients and he was very honest and helpful to my patients. Good luck. there's also an attorney named Nat Alschuler you can do a search for, he's good also.
E.L. answers from Los Angeles on November 14, 2008
Sorry I don't know any Lawyers, but have you tried finding a massage therapist who can do 'soft tissue massage' on your hands and arms? It has been known to cure carpel tunnel syndrome in some cases. It may help you greatly!