Minneapolis Back and Neck Injury Attorneys
Workers’ Compensation And Injuries To The Back And Neck
Statistically, injuries to the back and neck are the most common, and they are also the most costly to treat. For this reason, many employees with these types of injuries face challenges in getting a fair settlement for their case. Working with our specialized Minnesota back and neck injury attorneys will be essential to ensure you receive the compensation you are entitled to under the law.
Osterbauer Law Firm has the knowledge and the expertise to work on your behalf to settle claims on back and neck injury workers compensation in Minnesota. With decades of experience in handling claims for workers comp for neck/back injury in Minnesota, our skilled lawyers are here to provide the legal representation you need.
We provide top legal representation for injured workers in the Twin Cities area and throughout Minnesota. For a free consultation, call us at 612-315-8272.
Back Injury or Neck Injury
Any employee in any type of work can experience a back or neck injury. They are common on construction sites, in hospital settings, for truck drivers or anyone who has to lift, twist or bend as part of the daily work.
Our Minneapolis back injury lawyer has settled cases for clients with a wide range of injuries. These include lower back sprains, spinal cord trauma, whiplash, fractures of the cervical spine, herniated and slipped discs as well as actual fractures of the vertebrae. Talking to our back injury lawyer in the Twin Cities will help you to understand your settlement options.
Employees have the right to select a doctor to see to complete the necessary documentation required for Workers’ Compensation back injury claims in Minneapolis. As back and neck injuries can be difficult to prove, it is essential to select a doctor who understands the correct tests and documentation to prove your case.
Many employers argue that back and neck injuries on workers’ compensation claims are not work-related. The nature of these injuries means they may not be immediately evident, but over time they become more significant and debilitating. If any type of injury, pain or accident occurs on the job that involves the neck or the back, always make a report.
Pre-existing back and neck conditions that are made worse by work duties may also be eligible for a claim.
Before filing a claim for a neck or back injury, talk to the specialists in neck injury compensation in Saint Paul at Osterbauer Law Firm.
Call to schedule a free consultation today. There is no fee, and we do not charge anything until we settle your case.