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Workers' Compensation Work Related Injuries

Work-related injuries can be complex and happen for a many reasons. This often leaves injured workers unsure of what to do. If you sustained any type of injury while working, you can file for workers’ compensation benefits. You can also receive workers’ compensation if you developed an occupational illness as a result of your working conditions. Our attorneys at Sacramento Workers’ Compensation Attorneys, P.C. have worked on thousands of workers’ compensation cases involving a variety of injuries and can help you with your case.

Common Types of Workplace Injuries 

Workplace injuries can occur anytime. They can happen while you perform your daily job duties on or off your job site. A work-related injury can even occur while you are on your “rest break” at your workplace. Our workers’ compensation attorneys have many years of experience handling workers’ compensation cases involving a wide variety of injuries and illnesses. These include, but aren’t limited to:

A back injury can be extremely debilitating and can cause you to miss work for a long period of time. Back injuries are one of the most common work-related injuries. Back injuries can occur after a traumatic accident or even after repetitive strain. You may experience a back injury if you’re not given proper training or equipment to protect your back from injuries. You shouldn’t have to worry about getting compensation for a back injury you sustained from work. That’s why you should contact a Sacramento Workers’ Compensation Attorney. Our attorneys can help you receive the compensation you deserve.

If you sustained a neck injury at work you should contact your employer and a workers’ compensation lawyer immediately. Neck injuries are very common if your work is physically demanding or if you work primarily at a computer. Neck conditions, like cervical radiculopathy, are very common in the workplace. However, even minor neck injuries can make work difficult. If you believe your neck injury is work-related, contact a Sacramento Workers’ Compensation Attorney today to learn more about your options.

From concussions to traumatic brain injury, the Sacramento Workers’ Compensation Attorneys are experts in these workers’ compensation cases. Head injuries are extremely serious and can affect you for the rest of your life. Head injuries are common in a variety of fields but especially among veterans and athletes. If you suffered a concussion or traumatic brain injury at work, you can sue your employer. However, you must prove their negligence caused your concussion. Contact a Sacramento Workers’ Compensation Attorney to help you build your case today.

If you have sustained a shoulder injury and it occurred while working, you may have a case for workers’ compensation. Shoulder injuries are common because you use your shoulder joint in everyday movements. Determining workers’ compensation benefits is complicated with shoulder injuries, especially if you need surgery. Many factors are considered, but a Sacramento Workers’ Compensation Attorney can assist you with your case.

It can be extremely difficult to process the death of a family member in a workplace accident. It’s even more difficult if you believe your family member died due to their employer’s negligence. To make the process easier, a Sacramento Workers’ Compensation Attorney can help you determine if you can sue for wrongful death. There are many factors to consider in a wrongful death suit but a workers’ compensation attorney can guide you through the process. 

A repetitive motion injury is caused by repetitive trauma or overuse of muscles or nerves. If left untreated, repetitive trauma can cause inflammation and ultimately cause permanent damage to your muscles and nerves. A Sacramento Workers’ Compensation Attorney can help you through the process of filing a claim for a repetitive strain injury. Call us today to learn more about your options.

Did you know your work can cause occupational illness and you can file for workers’ compensation because of it? You can even get workers’ compensation if your work worsened a pre-existing condition. Carpal tunnel and hearing loss are considered occupational illnesses. Additionally, if you believe your cancer was caused by your working condition, you should contact a Sacramento Workers’ Compensation Attorney today.

Every day, our experienced attorneys help clients file for workers’ compensation for a variety of injuries. They can help you secure the benefits you deserve. If you believe you sustained one of the injuries or illnesses above or your loved one died as a result of a workplace incident, contact one of our Sacramento Workers’ Compensation Attorneys today.