Common Workers’ Compensation Injuries
At Weddell & Haller, P.C., we strive to successfully guide you through the complex workers’ compensation process when you have suffered a repetitive lifting injury on the job. You can rely on our more than 35 years of legal experience to handle your claims promptly and effectively.
Contact our Colorado law firm today online or by telephone at 719-387-9866 to speak with an experienced repetitive lifting injury attorney.
Lifting, Pulling and Twisting Injuries in Colorado
Even though a back injury from lifting, pulling or twisting may not be immediately obvious, you are still entitled to compensation for medical bills and lost wages if it was caused by your employment. Since back injuries can lead to surgery if left unchecked, it is important to seek guidance from a compassionate and knowledgeable lawyer early on in the process to ensure your rights are being protected.
Speak With a Skilled Back Injury Lawyer Before Agreeing to Anything
Your employer or your insurance company will start to ask important questions about your repetitive lifting injury immediately. They will want to know all of your symptoms, how the injury occurred and if something like this has happened in the past. It is critical to seek the counsel of experienced lifting injury lawyers at Weddell & Haller, P.C., prior to answering these questions in order to ensure your rights are fully protected.
Your insurance company may also want you to sign agreements and other documents shortly after the injury occurs. Do NOT sign anything without first consulting with a knowledgeable Colorado lawyer. You could be signing away very important rights.
Schedule Your Free Initial Consultation With a Skilled Workers’ Compensation Law Firm in Colorado
If you have suffered a repetitive lifting injury while working in Colorado, we can guide you through the compensation process. Contact a Colorado Springs and Southern Colorado lifting injury attorney today online or by telephone at 719-387-9866 . We offer free initial consultations and bill on a contingent fee basis — meaning you do not have to pay us unless we win your case.*
We make home and hospital visits upon request for those unable to travel to our office. Foreign language translation services available.
*Clients may be liable for costs.