Police Officer Injuries

Experienced Workers’ Comp Attorneys in Medford

At Brooks Law, we are proud to represent those who have served our community. Police officers face a variety of hazards that could lead to serious injuries. If you have suffered an injury from your work duties as a police officer, it is important to file a workers’ compensation claim as soon as possible. Our Medford workers’ compensation lawyers will guide you through the process as you seek the settlement you need to get your life back on track.

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Common Injuries Police Officers Suffer

Police officers put themselves in harm’s way every day to protect the ones we love. Guns, knives, and other weapons are a common aspect of their work environment, and many times, they must deal with violent offenders and participate in high speed car chases.

Police officer injuries could result from:

  • Car accidents
  • Animal attacks
  • Slip or trip and fall incidents
  • Assault and battery
  • Gunshots
  • Fires and explosions
  • Exposure to toxic substances
  • Overexertion

Broken bones, lacerations, gunshot wounds, traumatic brain injuries, burns, spinal cord injuries, and other injuries are common among police officers. Furthermore, soft tissue trauma, muscle sprains, and other repetitive stress injuries from overexertion may occur. If you have suffered an injury while on the job, you have the right to file a workers’ compensation claim. You may be able to receive a settlement for medical bills, lost wages, temporary or permanent disability, and other out-of-pocket expenses.

Knowledgeable Workers’ Compensation Attorneys Serving Medford

For quality assistance with your workers’ compensation case, Brooks Law is here to help. Our Medford workers’ compensation lawyers are dedicated to meeting your legal needs. If the police department or insurance company disputes your claim, we will use effective legal strategies as you seek a beneficial outcome.

Our legal team is a phone call away – (888) 558-0622. You don’t pay unless we win your case.