Do Not Bear The Burden Of Your Back Injury Alone
If you suffer a back injury at work, you might think that the injury was minor and you will recover quickly. Unfortunately, back injuries can worsen over time. It may get to the point where you are unable to work for a week or a month. Then, when you report the injury, your employer may deny that your back injury is work-related.
At Shollenberger Januzzi & Wolfe, LLP, our lawyers represent workers who suffer back strains and other types of injuries. We offer a free initial consultation to discuss your case and answer your questions. With offices in Harrisburg and Enola, we represent injured workers throughout central Pennsylvania.
Workers’ Compensation For Back Injuries
Many different types of workers experience back injuries. Nurses often suffer back strains from living or supporting patients. Factory or warehouse workers can suffer these injuries from lifting or carrying heavy objects. Injuries can occur over time or result from a single event.
It’s important to report any type of work injury to your employer as soon as possible. It’s also good to contact a lawyer. You can talk to an attorney at our law firm free of charge without any obligation.
Some types of back injuries respond well to rest and treatment. Unfortunately, some back conditions become chronic and can make it hard to return to your job. Our goal as your attorneys is to help you obtain all of the benefits and services you need to recover as fully as possible.
If your back injury claim is denied, our lawyers will represent you in the workers’ compensation appeals process.