Back and Neck Injuries at Work

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Back and neck injuries are some of the most serious and potentially life-threatening injuries due to the proximity to and sensitivity of the spinal cord and the central nervous system. In general, when you are afflicted with any damage, it can be a traumatic experience. And getting injured while you’re working can be even more stressful.

Depending on the type of job you have, a back injury can happen out of nowhere. Some workers are more at risk of injuries than others, but you can get injured even you weren’t partaking in a risky activity. If you experienced any back or neck pain because of your job, you might be eligible for workers’ compensation benefits under California law. Contact a worker’s comp attorney in San Jose to learn more about your options.

The outcome of a neck or back injury can be unbearable and can put you out of work for good. If it were one specific accident that caused the neck or back injury, you’d need to prove the accident did happen. Though your injury was caused by repetitive stress, it can be challenging to confirm that your work caused it. This is unfortunate that many injured workers who have injuries from repetitive stress, rather than a one-time occurrence, are usually dismissed.

Whatever situation you may have experienced, you must get medical care as needed and seek out legal advice from the skilled attorneys at One Law Group. They will review what caused the accident and advise you on how to get you the compensation you are entitled to.

Because of the lengthy process, it’s essential to be patient. Getting injured while on the job can change your life in many ways, and because of the complications of the legal process, having a worker’s comp attorney by your side is one of the best choices you can make for your future. Give our Beverly Hills office a call today at (844) 626-1529.

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