Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q: What types of accidents commonly lead to lower back injuries at work?
A: Lower back injuries can result from various incidents, such as slips, falls, lifting heavy objects, repetitive motions, and accidents involving machinery.
Q: Can I claim workers' compensation if my lower back injury developed over time due to repetitive tasks?
A: Yes, if your lower back injury is a result of repetitive strain due to job-related tasks, you may be eligible for workers’ compensation benefits.
Q: How can a lawyer help with my lower back injury claim?
A: A skilled workers’ compensation attorney can guide you through the claims process, gather evidence, advocate on your behalf, negotiate settlements, and represent you in case of disputes.
Q: Can my employer deny my workers' compensation claim due to a preexisting lower back condition?
A: No, aggravation of a preexisting condition at work is generally covered under workers’ compensation. Your employer should not be able to deny the claim solely based on a preexisting condition.
Q: What should I do immediately after a lower back injury at work?
A: Seek immediate medical attention and report the injury to your employer. Document the incident, your injuries, and seek legal advice to ensure your rights are protected.
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What types of worker’s compensation cases do we handle?
Arm and Shoulder
Traumatic Brain Injuries
Repetitive Stress Injuries
Vehicle Injuries on Job
Preexisting Condition Aggravation
Appleton, WI 54914
Jackson, WI 53037
Wauwatosa, WI 53226
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