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$148,000.00 – Workers’ Compensation
LPN unable to return to normal job. Back injury with consequential psychological injury
Gerald W. Bosch
Workers’ Compensation For Back Or Neck Injuries
The spinal cord, vertebrae and many important muscles and ligaments that affect movement are located in close proximity in your neck and back. As such, any damage work-related neck or back injuries can have catastrophic consequences that may impact your ability to work, go about your daily routine and enjoy life.
At Bosch Law Firm, Ltd., our lawyer helps those harmed in a work-related injury recover the full workers’ compensation benefits they deserve, so that they can provide for their families and make as full a recovery as possible. Give us a call today to arrange a free consultation about your specific situation. Call 800-355-6503 or 651-243-2877.
Guiding You Through The Work Comp Process
Led by attorney Gerald Bosch and his more than 25 years of legal experience, we provide personal attention to our clients and serve as trusted advisers to them throughout the workers’ comp process.
In Minnesota, back injuries stand out from other work-related injuries. According to the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry (DLI), workers injure their backs more than any other body part. In 2010, back injuries made up 26 percent of total work injury cases, nearly three times as much as the second most-injured individual body part. Our firm handles many of these cases and can guide you through the process of pursuing the benefits allowed by the law.
Types Of Back And Neck Injuries
Injuries to the neck and the upper and lower back take on many different forms, and are characterized by a broad range of signs and symptoms. Some of the common work-related neck and back injuries include:
- Herniated disks
- Compressed disks
- Bulging or torn disks
- Cervical dislocation
- Spinal subluxations
- Fractured vertebrae
- Spinal cord damage
- Back sprain or strain
- Whiplash, typically in job roles that require driving
- Paralysis (paraplegia or quadriplegia)
- Chronic pain
Any accident or injury involving these or other back or neck injuries should be treated as exceptionally serious, and you should seek medical attention as soon as possible.