Back, Spinal Cord And Neck-Related Work Injuries

An injury to any part of your back, spinal cord or neck can take months to heal and require vigorous rehabilitation and therapy. If you have been injured on the job, you will likely need time off work until your injury has healed and you are able to return to work in the same (or similar) capacity. An attorney at our firm can help with the process of completing a work comp claim and help you get the information you need to start your recovery.

Fay & Associates LLC stands up for injured workers throughout the Twin Cities metro and the state of Minnesota. We work directly with those who have been injured. Our firm never represents the insurance company or its affiliates.

Lawyers Offering The Level Of Experience You Need

Workers' comp law is complex, even for those who practice law. At Fay & Associates LLC, we have significant experience working with clients who face many different types of upper body, back and neck injuries from workplace accidents. This includes injuries from:

  • Falls from ladders, scaffolding and heights
  • Slips, trips and falls in the workplace
  • Injuries from the use of heavy machinery and lifting heavy objects

Your Injury Claim May Be More Complicated Than You Think

Sometimes the signs of a serious back or neck injury are very apparent at first, and sometimes it can take months for the effects of an injury to show up. Traumatic injuries such as traumatic brain injuries (TBI), broken ribs or a broken back would be visible right after the accident and could be identified through X-rays and other medical assessments.

Other injuries such as neck strains and injuries involving chronic neck pain may not be apparent immediately following a trauma/incident. Even repetitive motions or motions from heavy lifting can cause neck and back injuries. The details of your claim are important, and the sooner you contact a lawyer — the better. It is in your best interests to work with an attorney.

The First Meeting Is On Us

We do not charge for the first meeting with our work injury attorneys. Contact us at 800-411-PAIN to book your first consultation. Your first meeting is held directly with one of our lawyers and in a place that you feel most comfortable at. We accept cases all throughout the Minneapolis-Saint Paul metro area.