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Pursue Compensation with the Assistance of Justice Law Office

At Justice Law Office, our Louisville workers’ compensation lawyer has guided numerous clients through the Kentucky legal system. If you have suffered a back or spine injury at work, it is important to seek the assistance of our experienced attorney as soon as possible. Medical bills can quickly pile up, compounded by lost wages due to time off work. That is why our firm can diligently help you seek the maximum amount of compensation. Whatever your case may be, we can handle the legal issues and diligently represent you every step of the way. Call us today at (502) 822-2230 for knowledgeable legal services in Louisville.

Understanding the Seriousness of Back Injuries

The back is composed of 33 bones, known as vertebrae, that protect the spinal cord. If those vertebrae are damaged in an accident, or the muscles and ligaments in the back are injured, it is important to seek legal representation as soon as possible. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, back injuries account for nearly 20% of all work-related injuries each year. They are often extremely painful, and victims should seek medical attention immediately after an injury to the back or spine.

Back injuries at work may be caused by:

  • Falling objects
  • Slip and falls
  • Machine malfunctions
  • Other work-related incidents

In addition, back injuries may be caused by lifting too much weight, making sudden movements that twist the spine, or using improper carrying techniques when transporting heavy loads. Employers must provide proper training and safety procedures to decrease the risk of back injuries. Providing machinery to move heavy loads can also help increase the wellbeing and safety of workers. Furthermore, if your employer fails to fix an unsafe workplace condition, and you are injured in a slip and fall or other accident as a result, you can pursue compensation.

Injuries to the thoracic vertebrae (in the middle of your back) or lumbar vertebrae (in your lower back) can be very painful. Patients may even have trouble breathing deeply without pain. Doctors can use a variety of tests to diagnose causes of back pain. These include MRI scans, CT scans, and x-rays.

Herniated disks, strained muscles or ligaments, and fractured or dislocated vertebrae are common back injuries that occur at work. Treatments often include rest, physical therapy, medication, and sometimes even surgery. A serious back injury from an on-the-job accident or from consistent overuse can cause you to miss weeks or even months of work, depending on the severity. That is why it is important to file for workers’ compensation so you can receive the financial relief you need during recovery.

Call Justice Law Office Today at (502) 822-2230

If you were injured on the job, our Louisville workers’ compensation attorney at Justice Law Office can provide diligent representation. Back injuries can have a serious negative impact on your life, causing you to undergo extensive treatments for a long period of time. We can fight on your behalf to help you pursue a settlement for medical costs, lost wages, and other damages directly resulting from your injury.

Contact our firm today for a free initial consultation. We will work hard as you seek the solution you deserve.

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