28 Jan Neck & Back Injuries
Jefferson City Neck Injury Lawyers
Serious neck and back injuries can cause employees to experience severe pain, difficulty moving and numbness throughout their extremities. At Carson & Coil, we have more than 60 years of experience helping injured workers obtain the compensation and benefits they need to replace lost wages, cover medical expenses and cover other costs associated with their injuries.
Contact our Jefferson City neck and back injury attorneys today by calling 573-298-4186 or contact our firm online. Your initial consultation is on us.
Seek Medical and Legal Help As Soon As Possible
It is important to seek medical help as soon as you believe something is wrong. Unfortunately, workers are often tempted to work through their pain unless their neck or back injury resulted in paralysis or another serious condition. Employees might also be hesitant to file for workers’ compensation benefits for fear of upsetting their employer. Employers, however, are prohibited by law from holding workers’ compensation claims against their workers.
If your job resulted in a neck or back injury, notify your employer promptly and then call our law firm. We will work quickly to get the medical proof you need to file a successful workers’ compensation claim.
We Are Aggressive With Insurance Companies
Insurance carriers are quick to deny neck and back injury claims, often dismissing injuries as a simple soreness or other minor injuries. At Carson & Coil, our lawyers understand that neck and back injuries can be debilitating and that they prevent our clients from continuing their job. We will not minimize the extent of your injuries, but rather we will work hard to protect your rights and get you the care and benefits you need.
Be sure you inform your doctor of all pain you experience as medical documentation will be necessary to get maximum compensation for work-related injuries such as:
- Nerve damage
- Herniated discs
- Cervical dislocation
- Neck fractures
- Spinal injury
- Bulging discs
- Numbness or weakness
- Chronic pain