Des Moines Workers’ Comp Lawyers Handling Back And Neck Injury Claims
Have you been injured on the job? Have you suffered a serious injury to your neck or back as the result of an accident?
Regardless of the cause of the accident or who is at fault, you might be entitled to workers’ compensation benefits. It is critical to consult with an experienced Iowa workers’ compensation lawyer before signing or agreeing to anything else.
You have the right to obtain proper medical care and treatment and to consult with an attorney.
At Loney & Schueller, we offer our clients compassionate and personalized counsel. We will take the time to listen to your specific situation and help you get the assistance you need for recovery. Your maximum compensation is important to your near-term recovery and to your long-term well-being. We are experienced attorneys and we will fight aggressively for the full compensation and benefits you are entitled to from the insurance company.
Contact us online or call us at 515-416-4006 to schedule a free initial consultation with a Des Moines workers’ compensation attorney. All cases are represented on a contingency fee basis. If we don’t obtain compensation in your case, you pay no attorney’s fees.
We Can Help You Recover The Compensation You Deserve
We understand that every workers’ compensation claim is different. However, back and neck injuries are almost always debilitating and affect an injured worker’s life in more ways than imaginable. Whether you were injured in a factory, in a warehouse, while driving a truck or in a health care environment, we know how to pursue the compensation you deserve and negotiate effectively for your best possible outcome.
Our attorneys are familiar with handling several types of injuries, including:
- Herniated or bulging disks
- Muscle and tendon strains
- Spinal cord injury and paralysis
- Other serious injuries
Some employers attempt to fire workers who have been injured on the job. This is illegal, and you should seek professional legal representation right away. Medical care and the impact of serious injury are costly and potentially long-term conditions. You deserve fair compensation.