A woman working as a machine operator at a manufacturing plant suffered an injury to her right hand when she fell into a machine at work. As a result of this injury, she developed complex regional pain syndrome. Her pain eventually spread to other parts of her body, as is common in people suffering from this condition. Her employer and the workers’ compensation insurer denied that the pain in was related to the hand injury she developed at work. Our team helped the client to obtain a court order requiring her employer to pay for the medical treatment she needed to treat her injury. In addition, we helped the woman secure a $200,000 settlement against her employer and its workers’ compensation insurer.