Michigan Workers’ Compensation Lawyers For Back Injuries
If you have ever suffered a back injury, you know it can affect every aspect of your life, including your ability to work. Back injuries are also one of the most common types of work injuries. However, receiving workers’ comp benefits for a back injury is not automatic, and insurance companies routinely try to reduce or deny the benefits that injured workers need. That is why you should put an experienced workers’ compensation attorney on your side as soon as possible after a work injury.
At Steele & Ferguson, P.C., our workers’ compensation lawyers have more than 30 years of experience, and we have helped thousands of clients win millions of dollars in benefits. We know what it takes to build strong workers’ compensation claims and help people get the benefits they need for work-related back injuries.
For a free consultation, please call us at 888-471-2002 or complete our contact form. Our main office is in Flint, and our workers’ compensation attorneys fight for injured workers and their families everywhere in Michigan. We are also proud to offer home visits when injuries prevent our clients from coming to us.
Getting Workers’ Comp Coverage For Your Specific Back Injury
Workers in all types of industries suffer back injuries. In our more than 30 years of practice, our back injury clients have included health care workers, factory workers, retail workers, construction workers, warehouse workers, transportation workers and employees in virtually every industry. We have seen every type of back injury, including common and very painful ones that affect L4, L5 and S1 vertebrae. Some back injuries are sudden, and some develop over time or become aggravated due to work duties. Whatever your situation may be, we can help.
Our workers’ comp attorneys can review your case and help you build a strong workers’ compensation claim that includes all the necessary medical and income documentation to maximize your benefits. One of the most common reasons for denial of workers’ comp benefits is insufficient medical evidence, and we can help you avoid that mistake and get the medical benefits and wage loss benefits you need. Let us help alleviate your burdens so you can focus on your health and recovery.
To learn more about the workers’ compensation system in Michigan, please see our Michigan Workers’ Comp FAQ.