PMI MD LLC
Our organization was established by Dr. Peter Ihle, M.D., F.A.C.S. in June of 2000, after he retired from active medical practice. He used his years of experience and involvement in professional organizations like the Wisconsin State Medical Society, the American Medical Association (AMA), the Wisconsin Surgical Society, the Wisconsin Orthopaedic Society and the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons to create a company devoted to helping people with personal injury and workman’s compensation, medical consulting, and medical expert witness.
Let us show you how PMI MD LLC, can tailor an approach to your specific circumstances and medical questions. Call us today at (715) 514-4390 to find out how we can help
In our daily lives, we all take care to avoid injury and disaster, but when the unexpected happens, you need dedication and expertise on your side, two things that PMI MD LLC, provides unequivocally to all of their clients.
Imagine that you run a small business, a local restaurant that is popular with locals and tourists alike. You are meticulous in complying with safety and health codes, but one day, a cook approaches the manager and says he has slipped and fallen in the kitchen, and a doctor’s assessment of the injury—a badly sprained wrist—says he will not be able to work for six weeks. The employee informs you that he will be filing for worker’s compensation. Many questions arise after hearing of the incident: How did this happen? Where in the kitchen was the employee? Did anyone else see the accident? What will this mean for my business?
In order to prepare for the forthcoming workman’s compensation case, one of your first priorities should be to have the employee’s medical records examined by an independent consultant. This ensures a thorough and unbiased perspective on the specifics of the injury and how it occurred, and it will be crucial to the eventual judgment. An expert like Dr. Ihle can examine X-rays and medical records from the incident and determine what someone else may not be able to—for example, if the injury is consistent with the work environment and surroundings.
Cases like these, in the realm of personal injury and workman’s compensation, often involve parties at odds in their version of events and desired outcomes—which makes a thorough and independent review of the injury and its circumstances critical.