Representing All Kinds Of Common Workplace Injuries
Employees can suffer all kinds of injuries while working. In my 30-plus years of practicing workers’ compensation law, I have represented clients who have suffered all types of work-related injuries, from head, back and neck injuries to foot injuries.
Some of the most common types of injuries include:
- Back and neck injuries, including strains and sprains, bulging, herniated and/or ruptured discs to the cervical, thoracic or lumbar spine
- Injuries to the upper extremities, including hands, wrists and elbows. These injuries include carpal tunnel syndrome, cubital tunnel syndrome, epicondylitis, tennis elbow, ulnar and median nerve injuries, de Quervain’s, tenosynovitis, bicep tears, and repetitive use and overuse injuries
- Shoulder injuries, including tendonitis, acromioclavicular separations and torn rotator cuffs
- Knee injuries, including tendonitis, arthritis, patella injuries, fractures, torn meniscus and MCL and ACL tears
- Industrial diseases, including cancer, occupational asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, chemical exposure, dermatitis, emphysema and silicosis
- Head and brain injuries, including concussions and traumatic brain injury
- Other workplace injuries, including fractures, loss of hearing, loss of vision, RSD, complex regional pain syndrome, thoracic outlet syndrome, brachial plexus injuries, electrocution injuries, burns, plantar fasciitis, slip-and-fall injuries and injuries resulting in total disability
- Injuries or occupational diseases resulting in death
If you were injured at work, it is important to speak to a workers’ compensation lawyer about your legal rights and options. I can analyze your case to determine if you can also file a personal injury claim.
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Call The Alvarez Law Firm today for a free consultation about your case with an attorney at 913-371-1030. I represent clients in the Kansas City metropolitan area and throughout Kansas and Missouri. You can also reach out to the firm online. I can help you get the workers’ compensation benefits you deserve.
There are no upfront fees, and I only get paid if you recover.
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