Nevada Workers’ Compensation Shoulder and Neck Injuries
Suffering a shoulder injury or neck injury at work can be serious enough to render you unable to perform the normal duties expected of your job.
There are dozens of ways a worker can injury their neck or shoulders, including:
- reaching up high to get heavy objects
- using a jackhammer
- unpacking pallets
- restocking shelves
- looking up constantly while painting, hammering, nailing or washing windows
Many workers are required to drive as part of their normal workday, and if they suffer a whiplash in an accident, they may have a right to file a claim for workers’ compensation. These are just a few examples, there are many many more. Each of these circumstances can lead to lasting conditions of chronic neck pain, stiffness in joints, or in extreme cases, dislocated shoulders.
If you have suffered any kind of neck injury or shoulder injury as a result of your job, you should be contacting an attorney at our law firm about filing a workers’ compensation claim. There are many ways we can help.
Quality of Life
Shoulder and neck injuries can cause even the most basic tasks become frustrating and agonizing. Mobility can be limited, even to the point of not being able to perform your job, which means missed work and lost wages.
Workers’ Compensation benefits can pay for your medical bills, cover your lost wages, and keep the lights on until you get back to work.
Workers’ Compensation is Extremely Complex
Do not risk the timeliness of your Workers’ Compensation benefits by trying to file the overwhelming paperwork yourself. One clerical error, and your claim may be denied. Once that happens, you have to enter the appeal process, which can be even more arduous.
Our Workers’ Compensation attorneys know Nevada law, and we know how to get you the full compensation you deserve for your work injury. Put our experience to work for you.