Neck, Back and Spinal Cord Injury Claims in Northeast Ohio
Many hardworking men and women in northeast Ohio understand what it means to live and work through neck, back and joint pain. While repetitive motion injuries are a common problem for industrial workers, others who suffer severe trauma to the spinal cord can experience lingering pain or disabilities that require extensive and costly treatment.
Giving You the Resources to Recover
At Robin J. Peterson Company, LLC, we have assisted clients with neck and back and spinal cord injuries ranging from serious cases of paraplegia and quadriplegia to nerve damage and herniated disks. Regardless of the severity of your injuries, it’s important to work with an attorney when pursuing compensation. Not only will we help you pursue a workers’ compensation claim for immediate damages, but we can also explore your options for filing a third-party claim if negligent parties outside your employer were involved.
When building your case, we will reach out to our network of medical experts and industry specialists to support your case and give you options when exploring treatments and future care.
Back, neck and joint injuries can develop gradually or stem from a sudden, traumatic incident. Although more difficult to establish, gradually developing or repetitive motion injuries require the counsel of industry experts. Common work-related causes of these injuries include:
- Heavy lifting and overexertion
- Slips, trips, and falls
- Defective or unsafe machinery
- On-the-job car and truck accidents
- Unsafe, defective, or misused tools such as forklifts
Share Your Story With Us
If you or a loved one has suffered a back, joint or neck injury, contact us at Robin J. Peterson Company, LLC, by calling (216) 279-6888 or by reaching us via email on our online contact form. We represent clients in communities throughout Northeast Ohio.
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