Charlotte Nerve and Disc Injuries Lawyers
Workers' Compensation Attorneys Upholding Your Rights
Work-related disc and nerve injuries are very serious. Although you are eligible for workers' compensation to cover medical expenses and time away from work, you have a long and challenging road ahead of you. Recovery may be uncertain, possibly leading to permanent disability.
At Ken Wayne & Associates, our Charlotte nerve and disc injuries attorneys understand the medical and personal costs associated with these types of injuries. Your life may be permanently changed. Our workers' compensation lawyers work with you to be certain you understand the maximum benefits you may be entitled to receive.
Let us help you to continue to live life to your full potential. Contact our law firm for a free initial consultation with a highly experienced workers' comp attorney.
Disc Injuries and Workers' Compensation
The term disc injury can refer to a variety of medical conditions, including spinal cord injury. However, many of the more common workers' compensation claims we see, include:
- Bulging discs
- Torn discs
- Herniated discs
- Ruptured discs
- Degenerative disc disease
- Traumatically induced spinal cysts
- Slipped discs
Disc injuries often result in immense pain, making it next to impossible to function as you once did. If you suffered a work-related disc injury, either due to an accident or repeated stress to your spine, you need to know what you're up against both medically and financially. Let us help you secure the workers' compensation benefits you desperately need during these difficult times.
Nerve Injuries and Workers' Compensation
On-the-job injuries and accidents can lead to disc injuries as well as nerve damage. Although some types of nerve damage can be repaired, others are permanent, leading to lasting disability for which you may receive workers' compensation benefits.
Our law firm has achieved success handling nerve damage claims associated with:
- Nerve compression trauma/pinched nerves
- Nerve impingement
- Autonomic nerve damage
If you have experienced nerve damage as part of a work-related accident or occupational illness, your first step is to report it to your employer. A wise second step may be contacting an experienced workers' compensation law firm to be certain your rights are being protected.
Contact a Mecklenburg County Workers' Compensation Lawyer
Don't go up against a powerful opponent, such as your employer or their insurance company, without first developing a winning game plan. Contact Ken Wayne & Associates for a free initial consultation about your work accident.
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