Workers Compensation Attorneys – Aronberg, Aronberg & Green
Any injury or illness that occurs during your employment or at work is considered a workers’ compensation injury. Under workers’ compensation law, you will receive help if you are injured no matter who was at fault. Some types of workers’ compensation injuries are: broken/fractured bones, back problems/pain, knee problems/injuries, grip loss, heart attacks, hypertension, wrist injuries (carpal tunnel syndrome), burns, shoulder pain, neck pain, headaches, etc. You may be entitled to benefits even if you are still working. We can help you find a Workers Compensation Attorney.
Our Workers Compensation Attorneys can help you find a lawyer to help you if you suffer from all types of work-related injuries and chronic pain, including:
Workers Compensation is a system for handling claims by employees who suffer work-related injuries or occupational diseases.
The system provides that employees be guaranteed benefits through workers compensation insurance without having to prove their employer was at fault. Injured workers give up their right to sue their employer in court in exchange for this state mandated benefit.