While at work in Maryland, our client slipped and fell, breaking her left foot. After being evaluated by her treating orthopedic surgeon, it was determined that she needed an open reduction and internal fixation on the navicular bone in her foot. Due to the extensive injuries to the bone, our client required three separate revision and reconstruction surgeries including removal of the retained hardware. The treating orthopedic surgeon ordered extensive physical therapy, and unfortunately our client was out of work for well over a year. Months later our client was finally cleared to return to work, and was determined to be at maximum medical improvement.
Our client received 50% Permanent Partial Disability from her treating physician. The Independent Medical Examiner also agreed that our client had reached maximum medical improvement but provided her with a 30% Permanent Partial Disability to her left foot.
After long course of treatment, this case was settled for $41,000.00.
Case No. 909090MV – 2009 Maryland Workers’ Compensation Claim
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