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Nerve Damage Workers' Compensation

You expect that your job is safe. But when your company doesn’t meet those expectations, it’s easy to feel helpless. Coupled with this, denied Workers’ Compensation benefits can have lasting effects on you and your family’s livelihood.

Whether it’s faulty equipment, dangerous working conditions, or insufficient training on your employer’s part, these elements can cause an accident that will impact your day-to-day life.

It’s unfair, and at Morgan and Morgan, we won’t stand for it. With over thirty years of experience and over $10 billion in settlements for our clients, we know how to stand up to bullies. Let us fight for you and your family.

If you’ve had your workers’ compensation benefits denied, fill out our free case evaluation form today so we can help you obtain the money you deserve. 

Suffering from Nerve Damage? Here’s What to Expect

In most cases,  according to Mayo Clinic, the nerve is only damaged and likely heals, but depending on its severity, you may need surgery or physical therapy, leaving you with medical bills and more stress. And in extreme cases, if your nerve is cut, recovery may not be possible, affecting your ability to work long term and, ultimately, affecting your quality of life. If this is the case, you may be eligible for Social Security Disability Benefits.

But in some instances, the Workers’ Compensation process is unfair. Instead of employers accepting their fault in the matter, they try to minimize or discredit your injuries, affecting your benefits. Insurance companies will try to invalidate your injuries altogether or deny that your disability was due to the accident. This leaves you to pay hospital bills, physical therapy, doctor appointments, prescriptions, and pricey medical tests like MRIs, and much more.

Since nerve damage cases can be caused due to numerous factors, such as metabolism issues, diabetes, lifestyle, or can even be hereditary, and insurance companies/and or employers will try to use this against you—completely invalidating the accident you had at work that brought upon all of these painful symptoms, to begin with. It’s tricky to fully prove your case alone, but that’s where we come in. 

How Our Attorney’s Can Help

Do not accept this unjust treatment and get the help you deserve. Our specialized workers’ compensation attorneys will protect you throughout the process. Sometimes, big companies will send you to a doctor who will not fully examine your injuries and give you a false medical report. 

But with legal counsel, our lawyers are there to ensure you receive the proper medical diagnosis and the help you need. If your claim is still denied and it results in a hearing, our lawyers will guide you throughout the process as well as presenting a detailed account of your accident and utilizing evidence to present your case. 

Contact Morgan & Morgan

Eligibility of Workers’ Compensation may depend on your work as well as the state you are in, but for more information, complete our risk-free, no-cost case evaluation form or call Morgan and Morgan at 877.667.426. And remember, we work on contingency, so we don’t win unless you do. 

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