Neurosurgeons are required in personal injury cases for treating patients who have sustained damage to their nervous system–the brain and the spinal cord. A neurologist performs the initial patient evaluation and subsequently offers the attorney the results, including the extent of injury or disability; a final prognosis and a suggested treatment plan, which may involve further diagnostic testing. For patients pursuing treatment from a neurologist working on a lien basis, payment is not expected until the case is settled in court. The neurologist and lawyer will collaborate and assign the terms of their agreement, which will enable the patient to continue treatments seamlessly.
Neurologists endeavor to source the patient’s nerve damage after a personal injury or workers’ compensation accident. While every personal injury or workers’ compensation case differs, there are some injuries that commonly occur. To locate a board-certified neurologist, Power Liens has established an outstanding reputation connecting those injured in an accident with reputable medical professionals. We offer the largest online directory for doctors working on a lien basis for personal injury and workers compensation cases–with over 4000 doctors offering medical services in 25 different specialties. You will discover that our robust directory features, acupuncturists, chiropractors, orthopedists, physical therapists, surgeons, which operate on a lien basis.
For legal experts, the added value of working with Power Liens is having unrestricted access to our engaged research team who will help you locate the right doctor. Simply email, text, or call our team for assistance.
Here’s how you can find a neurologist on Power Liens:
• Enter the specialty such as neurologist
• Select the location to find a neurologist nearby.
• Once you have a list of neurologists in your desired area and make an appointment.
• You can also use filters to narrow your search and select the best doctor for your case.
• Finding a neurologist was never so easy!
The access to Power Liens directory is free, there are hidden fees and we do not serve as middlemen between legal and medical professionals. We believe that the search process should be straightforward for both attorneys and doctors.
For medical professionals not currently listed on Power Liens, please contact us directly for more information on how to register your practice on our directory.
To search for neurologists working on a lien basis please click here – https://powerliens.com/public/directory/all/neurology/all