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Lifting Accidents And Workers’ Compensation

Anyone who has suffered a serious back injury understands how debilitating the agonizing pain and weakness can be. When a one-time accident or constant lifting on the job has left you injured and unable to work, workers’ compensation laws are there to offer you protection.

At the Law Offices of Rosenberg, Eisenberg & Associates, LLC, an Arlington Heights, Illinois, workers’ compensation law firm, we represent clients with severe back, neck, shoulder and arm injuries caused by lifting at work. Drawing on more than 60 years of combined experience, we fight to ensure that workers receive the compensation that they both need and deserve.

Experienced Representation For Serious Workplace Injuries Caused By Lifting

Lifting injuries are among the most common workplace injuries employees suffer on the job, which makes sense because many jobs list lifting as part of the job description. What few workers consider is the damage that lifting can cause to nerves, joints, muscles and the spinal cord.

At the Law Offices of Rosenberg, Eisenberg & Associates, LLC, we have the in-depth legal knowledge and insight to guide clients through the process of filing and enforcing a workers’ compensation claim. We work hard to protect clients’ rights throughout the process so they can focus on healing.

If you have been injured in a lifting accident or from repeated lifting at work, it is important that you report your injuries to your supervisor. Then, meet with one of our seasoned workers’ compensation lawyers to discuss how we can help you protect your rights and secure the compensation you both need and deserve.

Contact A Schaumburg Lifting Accident Attorney

To schedule a free initial consultation with an experienced Arlington Heights back injury attorney, contact the Law Offices of Rosenberg, Eisenberg & Associates, LLC, at 847-640-1676. Interpreting services are available.