Neck and back injuries are some of the most common work injuries, yet they can be the hardest to pinpoint. Quite often, an injury doesn’t completely present itself when it happens. But that doesn't mean your employer is immune from a compensation claim. This makes a neck or back workers’ compensation claim difficult if you are not familiar with the process.
You owe it to yourself to hire an attorney from Levin & Nalbandyan, LLP so you can get the rest and relaxation your neck and back need to heal. Our team is experienced in cases of work injuries and is equipped to work with our clients on the hefty paperwork a claim requires. Through every step of the process, we will stand by your side as your loyal advocates.
Neck and back injuries often feel like a tiny tinge of pain at first and slowly grow over time, sending you home to toss and turn in pain at night, and making you feel like you cannot prove it happened at work. You do not have to fear speaking with your workers’ comp representative, especially if you have an advocate by your side.
You deserve to get the treatment and compensation you need to cover the medical expenses and lost wages you may experience as a result of the pain. Remember, work-related neck or back injuries happen frequently and present in a range of pains or aches. If you sustained a neck or back injury on the job, now is the time to document it carefully and work with an attorney to pursue compensation.
Common neck and back injuries sustained at work include:
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You don’t have to handle your workers’ compensation claim alone. A neck or back injury can be exhausting, and we understand that the added stress of a case is the last thing you want to worry about. Let our team of Los Angeles workers’ compensation lawyers take some of the weight off your shoulders. Your neck and back will thank you.
If you have sustained a neck or back injury due to an accident or incident that occurred while you were working, then you may be eligible for workers' compensation benefits. It is recommended that you seek legal help from an experienced attorney as soon as possible to ensure that you receive the right legal guidance and representation, and to avoid waiting until the statute of limitations has passed.
In California, there is a strict one-year statute of limitations for filing workers' compensation claims. This means that injured employees must file their claims within one year of the date of the injury or illness, or they may lose their right to compensation. It's important to keep in mind that reporting the injury/illness to the employer is not the same thing as filing for workers' compensation benefits. To obtain benefits, injured employees still need to complete and submit the appropriate workers' compensation claim forms.
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