An employee who has been injured on the job may have a potential California workers’ compensation case. An injured worker has a lot of rights under California law. If you have been injured in an accident on the job, or if your injury is a result of repetitive motion that your job duties require, seek legal advice. Our experienced work injury law firm can review your case for free and discuss the potential to receive compensation for your work injury.
Back Injuries Suffered On The Job
If you have a back injury that you suffered on the job, you may be entitled to compensation under California law. You may be suffering from a “continuous trauma” injury from a repetitive motion that you must perform as part of your job. This type of injury can be just as damaging as a single lifting back injury. Our law firm can help you identify your rights and we can also help you exercise the rights you have under California law.
Neck Injuries Sustained On The Job
Neck injuries sustained on the job are common for jobs that require your head to be a in a fixed position for long periods of time. Office jobs requiring you to be in front of a computer for much of the day can cause muscle strain in your neck. The neck and spinal cord can be very delicate and any injuries to this part of your body is very serious and should be taken care of right away. Our Los Angeles work injury law firm can help get the benefits you deserve to recover from your work related neck injury.
Hand, Arm and Wrist Injuries From Work
If you suffer from hand, arm or wrist pain, if you feel tingling or numbness, you likely have an injury that is caused by a repetitive motion from your job. Many jobs require a repetitive motion that, over time, can develop into a serious injury. You may qualify for workers’ compensation benefits if you are suffering from this type of injury. If left untreated, this can lead to a much more severe injury in the future. Seek legal advice right away by calling our Los Angeles Workers’ compensation lawyers.
Benefits you could receive for your work injury:
- Lump sum payments
- Medical treatment
- Temporary disability
- Permanent disability