Did You Suffer A Lumbar Injury At Work?

A lower back injury can be devastating to your ability to work and make a living. It can also require extensive medical treatments and leave you in a state of pain and/or disability for a long time.

When the back injury occurs on the job, you are likely eligible for workers' compensation benefits. Workers' comp benefits can cover medical expenses as well as provide income for time you are off work because of your injury. In addition to a workers' compensation claim, you may have a viable third-party claim if someone other than your employer was negligent and contributed to or caused the accident.

Lumbar Injury — A Workplace Injury With Long-Term Consequences

If you have suffered a lumbar injury, you may be worried most of all about pain, discomfort and disability. Will you need surgery? Will you need long-term bed rest, a back brace and physical therapy? Chronic pain can become a serious problem for someone with a herniated disk or other type of lower back injury. Some patients become dependent on painkillers, leading to additional problems. Most or all lower back injury patients are forced to give up occupations that were their livelihood, whether short term, long term or permanently.

If we take on your on-the-job lumbar injury case, our attorneys can help you obtain the maximum workers' compensation benefits. We can also file a third-party injury claim or lawsuit if applicable in your case. There is no risk in consulting with one of our workplace injury lawyers in a free initial consultation.

Free Case Evaluation From An Experienced Attorney

We invite you to contact our law offices if you would like to speak to an attorney about the lumbar injuries you have suffered. One of our experienced lawyers will help you understand what types of compensation you are entitled to, and help you pursue the maximum possible amount. To get started, contact us online or call 203-864-4427.

We represent injured workers on a contingency fee basis. You will not owe legal fees for our help in your lumbar injury case unless we obtain compensation for you.