Neck injuries can impinge nerves, causing pain in remote parts of the body. If you have a neck injury, you may need extensive treatment including physical therapy and surgery, and you may be sidelined from work for a significant period of time.
How do you prove a neck injury is work-related? Are you worried about getting treatment or paying the bills? If you believe that your neck injury occurred at work, contact an attorney right away.
I am workers' compensation attorney Michael J. Orlando. For more than 11 years, I have been helping people recover the benefits they need and deserve after a workplace injury or illness. Before becoming a lawyer, I worked in insurance for more than 15 years. Having seen workers' compensation disputes from both sides, I know how to build successful strategies based on your individual situation.
Insurance companies often attempt to hide the severity of a condition by accepting claims for less serious injuries. They do this to make the worker think he or she is fully covered and does not need to pursue legal action.
As a Beaverton & Portland, Oregon workers' comp attorney, it is my job to step in and keep the insurance companies from playing these games with your injury. I take forceful action to ensure that my clients are treated fairly and receive compensation for their injuries.
I encourage people to call me with questions about workers' comp claims. I will give you an honest assessment of your case.
Send me an email or call my Beaverton & Portland, Oregon office to speak directly with me. I am located in Beaverton, but work with clients from Portland, Eugene, and throughout the state.