Work-Related Spinal Cord Injuries

Work-Related Spinal Cord Injuries in Charlotte, North Carolina

Thousands of workers throughout North Carolina are injured on the job every year. Some of the most serious work-related injuries involve injuries to the spinal cord. In many industries, the threat of suffering serious injuries to the back or spinal cord is high, no matter how careful the employee is being, or how many safety precautions the employer took.

If you have suffered a spinal cord injury on the job, you should seek legal advice from attorneys who have specific work experience handling workers' compensation claims for people who have suffered a spinal cord injury. The Sasser Law Firm in Charlotte represents individuals who have suffered serious and catastrophic injures at work, including spinal cord injuries.

Causes of Work-Related Spinal Cord Injuries

The firm's lawyers represent individuals who have suffered paralysis, quadriplegia, paraplegia, and other spinal cord injuries resulting from the following:

  • Falls from scaffolding
  • Falls from heights
  • Acceleration/deceleration accidents
  • Work-related car accidents or truck accidents
  • Machinery accidents involving cranes, forklifts, tractors, and other machinery

Exploring All Your Options for Compensation

The Sasser Law Firm can help you seek workers' compensation benefits for your work-related injuries. Then, based on your injuries and your needs, they can also help you seek Social Security Disability benefits if your ability to work has been affected by your injury. You may be entitled to total disability or partial disability benefits. If a third party was responsible for your injuries, you may also be entitled to receive additional compensation through a personal injury claim.

Contact a Charlotte, North Carolina, Workers' Comp Lawyer

Learn more about your legal options by contacting a Charlotte workers' comp attorney who understands the complexities of work-related spinal cord injury cases. Call 866-770-8681 to schedule a free consultation.