Workers Compensation Paralysis Injury Claims
As with all of our cases, we take pride in our reputation for providing aggressive representation to people who have suffered paralysis, paraplegia and other serious injuries. It goes without saying that a worker who suffers an injury resulting in paralysis on the job will typically not be able to return to that job or any other job.
Workers’ Compensation Paralysis, Paraplegia and Quadriplegia Claims
Many people who suffer paralysis due to on-the-job accidents are unable to return to work. Although workers’ compensation insurers must pay for medical bills and provide compensation for lost wages, they may attempt to minimize available benefits to save money.
In North Carolina, workers’ compensation insurers are required to provide attendant care for those unable to care for themselves after a debilitating work-related accident. However, the insurers may not share this information willingly.
Professional Attorney Assistance With Your on the Job Paralysis Injury Claim
If your loved one has suffered an injury resulting in paralysis on the job, he or she may be entitled to Permanent Total Disability (PTD). We have experience in paralysis cases and will make sure you or your loved one is properly diagnosed to prevent any denial of the workers’ comp benefits.
If you or your loved one has suffered paralysis due to an injury from a workplace accident, we can help. Contact the law firm of Hemmings & Stevens, PLLC for a free consultation.
This article regarding paralysis, paraplegic and quadriplegia injuries in North Carolina workers’ compensation claims is for informational purposes only and is not legal or medical advice. You may need to seek the advice of a workers’ compensation attorney at the law firm of Hemmings & Stevens, PLLC that has experience with a workers’ compensation case involving paralysis, paraplegic and quadriplegia injuries.