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Spinal injury at work compensation claims solicitors

If you have sustained a back or spinal injury at work that wasn't your fault, the physical and emotional toll can be daunting and at Stephensons, we understand the life-changing consequences that such injuries can bring. Our dedicated team of specialist back and spinal injury at work claims solicitors have extensive experience in handling work-related spinal injury claims and are committed to providing you with the support and guidance you need during this challenging time.

Spinal injuries can be life-changing and may result in you being permanently disabled or require you to take prolonged time off work to recover and rehabilitate. For some, work-related back injuries may mean they cannot return to their job and this may damage their future earning potential. At Stephensons, our spinal and back injury at work compensation solicitors are here to help you get the compensation that you need to put your life back together. Contact us today for a free initial guidance on your options on 0161 696 6235.

With our highly regarded spinal injury at work solicitors on your side, we will aim to get the maximum amount of compensation that is appropriate for your spinal injury at work. We are recommended in the Legal 500 and as members of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers, we have the expertise and knowledge needed to win your case.


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What is a spinal injury at work?

A spinal injury at work is typically damage or trauma to the spinal cord, vertebrae, or surrounding tissues sustained while performing work-related activities. It can result in various degrees of paralysis, loss of sensation, and impaired bodily functions depending on the severity of the injury.

Work-related back injuries can be caused by factors such as lifting heavy objects incorrectly, repetitive movements, poor ergonomics, slips or falls, accidents involving machinery, overexertion, and inadequate training or safety measures.

What is a spinal injury at work compensation claim?

A spinal injury at work claim is a legal process where an individual seeks compensation for a spinal injury sustained while performing work-related activities due to the negligence of the employer or a third party. The claim aims to cover pain, suffering, medical expenses, and other related losses.

Why choose our spinal injuries at work claims solicitors?

Our work-related spinal injury claims solicitors have extensive experience and knowledge in handling such cases, ensuring that clients receive the best possible outcome and compensation for their injuries.

Who can our spinal injuries at work claims solicitors help?

Our work-related spinal injury claims solicitors help individuals who have suffered spinal injuries as a result of an accident or incident in the workplace.

How can our spinal injuries at work claims solicitors help?

Everyone in the workplace should be safe, however, there are times when our places of work are not as safe as they should be. If you have suffered a spinal injury at work that was not your fault, then it may be possible to claim compensation for a spinal injury at work, as a result of a negligent employer.

Our work-related spinal injury claims solicitors can help by providing legal advice, support and representation to individuals who have suffered a spinal injury as a result of their work. We can help you to claim compensation for your injuries and any financial losses you have incurred as a result.

How much compensation will I get for a spinal injury at work claim?

The amount of compensation you will get for a spinal injury will depend on several factors including how bad your injury is, what treatment is needed, loss of earnings and other expenses. If you have a case, you will see a medical expert and they will assess the level of injuries sustained and what your future treatment should be. This, along with the factors mentioned above, will help us calculate how much compensation to ask for.

Will my spinal injuries at work claim go to court?

Personal injury claims such as these rarely go to court, however, if your case does go to court, we will be with you every step of the way and advise you on what the best course of action is.

Will I lose my job if I claim work-related spinal injuries compensation?

Your employer cannot legally dismiss you from your role if you are claiming compensation. If you believe you have been unfairly treated at work due to your compensation claim then contact our employment lawyers.

Claiming against your employer may seem like a formidable process, however, you are entitled to compensation if you have suffered an injury due to your employer's negligence and as the compensation is paid out from their insurance, it should not affect the company's operations no matter the size of the business.

I suffered a spinal injury at work now I have spinal stenosis. Can I claim for this?

Spinal stenosis is caused by the narrowing of spaces within your spine, which in turn puts pressure on the nerves that move within your spine and therefore causes you pain. Spinal stenosis that is left untreated can mean that cauda equina syndrome can develop, which can have debilitating effects on a person’s day to day life. Spinal stenosis is one of the reasons a person may need spinal surgery after an injury at work. The procedure can cause effective relief by removing part of the vertebra that’s putting pressure on the nerves. If you find yourself suffering from painful spinal stenosis as a result of an accident at work or at the hands of a negligent employer, you should look into making a claim for work-related back injuries.

What can I use my compensation for a spinal injury at work for?

Compensation for a spinal injury at work won’t reverse the effects that your spinal injury at work has had on your day to day life, but it can certainly help with things such as expensive medical bills that you have had to pay for a result of your work-related back injuries as well as compensate for a loss of earnings if you have been unable to work as a result of your condition. Whilst we can’t say exactly how much spinal injury at work compensation you can expect to receive without knowing the full details of your case, you can rest assured that we will strive to achieve the highest amount of compensation that you deserve for your condition. At Stephensons, we recognise just how debilitating a spinal injury can be, and if this was caused in the workplace, you shouldn’t suffer in silence.

How long do I have to make my spinal injury at work claim?

You should make a spinal injury at work claim no more than three years after the incident occurred. If you have suffered a spinal injury after a long period of time of working in unsafe conditions, you should speak to a member of our spinal injury team to see whether or not you have grounds on which to claim compensation. Our spinal injury at work solicitors are a team that you can trust, and will work hard to ensure that you receive compensation for a spinal injury at work.

How to claim compensation for a work-related spinal injury

To claim for a work-related spinal injury, gather evidence of the injury and report it to your employer. Seek medical attention and consult with a personal injury lawyer to file a claim for compensation.

Contact our spinal injuries at work claims solicitors

If you believe you have grounds to seek compensation for your accident or injury, do not hesitate to get in touch with our team of expert solicitors. Contact us today on 0161 696 6235 or fill out our convenient online enquiry form.

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