NECK INJURIES IN THE WORKPLACE
LEARN ABOUT NECK INJURIES IN THE WORKPLACE AND HOW YOU CAN PURSUE A WORKERS' COMPENSATION CLAIM FOR YOUR INJURY
Work-Related Neck Injuries
If you suffered a serious neck injury from a workplace accident in Massachusetts, you may be eligible for workers’ compensation. However, if you experience difficulty recovering workers’ compensation from your employer or if your injury was caused by a third party, it is imperative to seek legal representation from an experienced attorney.
At Brooks Law, we are committed to protecting the rights of our clients. Our Massachusetts workers’ compensation attorney has a comprehensive understanding of state law in order to guide you through the complexities of the legal system. Let our firm fight for you while you make a successful recovery from injury. Call us!
How Can A Lawyer Help With Your Neck Injury?
Neck injuries at the workplace are often the result of sudden trauma or cumulative stress, involving strained muscles, compressed nerves, or even worn joints. Neck pain can extend to the shoulders and back area, as well as cause headaches.
Common causes of workplace neck injuries include:
Trip and falls
Injuries Caused By Falling Objects
Limited range of motion injuries
Unfortunately, obtaining workers’ compensation benefits in Massachusetts can be a complicated process. In many cases, the initial workers’ comp claims are rejected due to a missed deadline or failure to provide the necessary information. That is why an attorney can ensure that your claim application is accurate and completed in a timely manner. Furthermore, a lawyer can help you in the event of a claim rejection.
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At Brooks Law, we can review your case and establish all of your available legal options to obtain your entitled benefits. Fortunately, you don’t have a pay us anything unless we win your case.
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