Neck & Back Injury
People don’t realize the neck or back injuries that impact The cervical spine is far more likely to be a product of extensive or improper seating movements rather than accidents or trauma to your neck.
If you’ve suffered an injury or accident while at work, you need strong representation to ensure your Worker’s Compensation claim is successful. Our experience is extensive and we have the necessary resources to provide a successful and strong representation of our clients when they have incurred accidental or long-term neck or back injuries that lead to spinal damage. No matter whether you have suffered a neck or back injury as a result of improper techniques or sitting improperly at your desk or do to a potential workplace accident, it is imperative that you fully understand your rights as an employee to Worker’s Compensation benefits. For the past 15 years we have devoted a dedicated an industry-leading team at our local office to helping facilitate our community of injured and disabled workers who have either suffered a wide variety of neck or back injuries to guide them towards securing the benefits they deserve.
We offer an extensive free consultation to discuss your specific situation and work-related injury. Here we have the options to review your position and file for your Worker’s Compensation benefits. We go through a meticulous and detailed process to fully understand your employment, the scope of your benefits and aspects or details pertaining to your injury. There are a wide variety of workplace neck or back injuries.
Our team is familiar with the many different types of damages that workers can inflict to their bodies as a result of a workplace accident or long term improper body movements. It does help to understand specific parts of your Biology and the components that make up your cervical spine. If you’d like to understand neck and back injuries it is imperative to no bones, desks, six major ligaments and more than 15 muscle groups and tendons in addition to a complex vascular system serving the brain.
Our backs and our necks are extremely imperative to our everyday health and the movements or activities we do. The bones in your back make up seven different vertebrae, the discs are soft tissue serving as a shock absorber between the vertebrae‘s. Your back offers you a spinal canal which house is the most crucial aspect of your back which is the spinal cord. We are not doctors but we are familiar with the different types of damages our clients and workers might have such as dislocation, herniated disc, sprain, strain, contusion, and fractures. Ultimately it’s about providing the most efficient and impactful representation for our clients to achieve the successful Worker’s Compensation benefits that they deserve. To learn more about how we can help you through a Worker’s Compensation claim with your employer as a result of personal injury, Be sure to connect with our customer service team today or messages over social media.