If you have experienced any kind of injury while at work or are suffering from ongoing pain or illness that you believe to be caused by your job, you may be eligible to file a workers' compensation claim and receive benefits. This includes both physical and psychiatric pain.
What Constitutes A Work-Related Injury?
There are two main types of workplace injuries: cumulative trauma injuries and one-time injuries.
A regular, one-time injury is when you have been hurt in a specific incident. This could include falls, car accidents, heavy lifting accidents, trauma to the head or a catastrophic injury. A cumulative trauma injury refers to pain or illness that is the result of the ongoing demands of the job. This includes carpal tunnel injury, orthopedic pain from years of heavy lifting or manual labor, loss of hearing due to years at a noisy job, respiratory illness from years around toxic fumes and high blood pressure from the demands of the job.
If you have been injured in a one-time accident at work or suffer because of years on the job, contact our Glendale, California, law office at 800-391-8431.
At KCNS Law Group, LLP, our attorneys will thoroughly investigate your injury and put together the medical evidence needed to connect your pain to your job for a successful workers' compensation claim. We work with skilled medical professionals to evaluate your injury and assemble the records and opinions needed to document your claim.
Experience Handling All Forms Of Workplace Injuries
We have represented workers throughout Southern California facing physical and psychological injuries, including:
- Back, neck or spinal injuries
- Catastrophic injuries
- Head or brain injuries
- Orthopedic injuries, such as shoulder, leg, arm, foot or knee pain or loss of motion
- Vision, hearing or other sensory limitations caused by the job
- Psychological trauma, including PTSD
- Internal injuries
- Neurological injuries
- Carpal tunnel and repetitive stress injuries
No matter what kind of pain you are experiencing, if you suspect that it was caused by your job, we can help. Our lawyers focus on workers' compensation and know how to recognize the various factors precipitating its need, and will seek the medical opinions necessary to show your injury is tied to your job.
For an initial consultation, call our law offices today.