A Pain In The Neck: Wisconsin Work Injuries
Injuries that affect the back and neck are some of the most serious – and painful. Trying to work while suffering from a herniated disk, whiplash or sciatica is almost unimaginable. If you have hurt your back or neck in a workplace injury, you know you need to get to the doctor and get treatment. If you require assistance with your claim, you need an experienced Milwaukee workers’ comp lawyer.
The team at workers’ compensation law firm Domer Law has a wealth of experience in getting injured workers their benefits. Contact our back and neck injury attorneys online or call 888-353-8384 to schedule a free consultation about your case. We work hard to get you back to work, and we will not collect any fee until your claim is paid.
“Back injuries far outstrip any other type of work injuries in Wisconsin in frequency and expense. Back injuries represent a significant liability exposure to employers, primarily because they…can trigger loss of earning capacity benefits.” – Charlie Domer, “Wisconsin Workers’ Compensation Law”
Neck And Back Injuries: Common And Compensable
Lower back injuries are the most common injuries for workers’ compensation claims in Wisconsin. There are countless ways to injure your back, but some of the most common are lifting, pushing, pulling and straining. If your job involves any of these activities, make sure you use the appropriate safety equipment and best practices mandated by your employer.
The attorneys at Domer Law have assisted clients with work-related back and neck injuries for more than 80 combined years. Our team knows how to deal with insurance companies, employers and doctors. Some examples of common injuries include:
- Herniated disks
- Bulging disks
- Fractures or breaks
- Sciatica or nerve root impingement
Contact A Milwaukee Workers’ Comp Lawyer
If you have injured your neck or back at work, Domer Law can help you recover full benefits. Contact us online or call 888-353-8384 to schedule a free consultation. At Domer Law, we do not collect an attorneys’ fee until you receive your benefits.