Personal Injury Vs. Workers’ Comp

Date: 06 Apr 2018
Category: General

When you get injured, your first thought is how you will pay your medical bills and recover any lost compensation. A personal injury lawsuit is one way to recover financial losses due to an injury, and workers’ compensation is a way to help recover from an injury that could affect your livelihood. Anyone who has […]

Orthopedic Injuries At Dangerous Jobs

Date: 28 Feb 2018
Category: General

Do you work in a physically demanding field? If so, then you are at a higher risk of suffering from an orthopedic injury. Orthopedic injuries often involve the foot, knee, ankle, hip, shoulder, wrist, elbow and spine. They can happen any time and anywhere. Injuries can range from mild to severe or be somewhere in […]

What Are The Most Common Types Of Workplace Injuries?

Date: 22 Jan 2018
Category: General

In 2015, OSHA estimates that a little over 13 workers per day died from workplace injuries. That is a lot of fatal workplace injuries, but it also represents a lot of different injury situations. Sometimes a workplace injury is an honest accident that could not have been prevented. Accidents that are not fatal can often […]

What You Need To Know About Finding And Hiring An Attorney

Date: 03 Nov 2017
Category: General

Do you have an attorney or know how to go about finding one? It is often something we don’t think about until the need for one arises and then you can feel panicked. There are many simple ways you can go about finding an attorney to help you with your legal matters. Referrals One of […]

What You Should Do If Worker’s Comp Denies Your Physical Therapy

Date: 22 Aug 2017
Category: General

Worker’s compensation is financed exclusively+- by your employer. According to the Social Security Administration, benefit payments under worker’s compensation programs totaled $63.6 billion in 2013. If you’ve been injured at work, chances are you will be able to get benefits through worker’s compensation. Work-related injuries often lead to the need for physical therapy. However, there […]

An Attorney Is A Necessity For An Orthopedic Workers Comp Case

Date: 03 Jul 2017
Category: General

In 2013, rotator cuff injuries caused nearly two million Americans to visit an orthopedic doctor. Many rotator cuff injuries are work related, and they can get worse if they are not treated quickly. Other examples of workers’ compensation cases that would require an orthopedic doctor include: Sprains Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Back pain Neck pain Spine […]

Orthopedic Injuries And What You Need to Know About Workers’ Compensation

Date: 17 Apr 2017
Category: General

A number of workers risk injuries on a daily basis due to repetitive movements that can lead to them getting hurt and suffering orthopedic injuries. Orthopedic injuries that are most commonly reported are any injuries related to the foot, ankle, knee, hip, ankle, wrist, elbow, shoulder and spine. These types of injuries can make getting […]

Cervical Laminectomy Surgery for Injuries Sustained in an Auto Accident

Date: 03 Mar 2017
Category: General

Many times when you are involved in a Bronx, New York auto accident, or an auto crash anywhere in NY State, you sustain injuries to your neck. Injuries to your neck are called “cervical spine injuries,” because they involve the portion of your back known as your cervical spine, or “C-spine.” Whenever you sustain cervical […]

Medical Insurance for Orthopedic Injuries Sustained in Auto Accidents

Date: 01 Mar 2017
Category: General

If you sustained any orthopedic or neurological injuries in a New York State auto accident the first thing you need to do is ensure that you complete an application for NY No Fault medical benefits to ensure that your medical treatment is covered and paid for. The New York auto accident personal injury attorney’s at […]

Lumbar Laminectomy Surgery for Injuries Sustained in an Auto Accident

Date: 27 Feb 2017
Category: General

Many times when you are involved in a Bronx, New York auto accident, or an auto crash anywhere in NY State, you sustain injuries to your neck. Injuries to your neck are called “lumbar spine injuries,” because they involve the portion of your back known as your lumbar spine. Whenever you sustain lumbar spine injuries […]

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