There are many types of accidents, which may lead to a brain injury in the workplace. Falling items, wet floors that lead to slips-and-falls, negligent or careless operation of machinery, and other potential dangers are found in all types of workplaces. A head injury may result in a mild concussion or end up causing more serious problems, including mood changes, paralysis, cognitive impairments or even death. If you or a loved one has suffered a brain injury at work, it is important to seek skilled legal representation to help you recover the compensation you deserve.
Van Nuys lawyer Fakhrudeen Hussain has helped numerous workers and families with workers' compensation claims. He will help guide you through the workers' comp process and let you know what types of benefits you may be eligible for. Call 818-997-3700 or toll free at 888-997-3701, or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your case.
Working Hard To Help You Recover Full And Fair Compensation
Brain injuries affect different people in different ways. In some cases, an accident may cause a concussion, which can leave a person unable to work for a few weeks. In other cases, especially those involving brain and spinal cord injuries, paralysis, cumulative trauma injuries or psychiatric injuries, the injuries may prove to be so severe that a person will never be able to work again. That is why it is important to ensure that you receive the workers' compensations benefits to which you are entitled.
We can help you recover compensation for medical care and lost wages. In more serious cases, we will work hard to ensure that you receive temporary or permanent disability benefits.
Do Not Delay Reporting A Workplace Accident
The symptoms of a brain injury do not always make themselves apparent immediately following an accident. Sometimes, symptoms may not be noticed until days or even weeks after the accident. That is why it is important to report your workplace accident to your employer as soon as possible, even if you feel like you are okay. The sooner an accident is reported, the easier it will be to file a strong claim for workers' comp benefits.
Contact Our Lawyer If You Have Been Hurt In An Accident At Work
Our attorney is ready to help you with all aspects of your workers' compensation case. Call 818-997-3700 or toll free at 888-997-3701, or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation. We make ourselves available to answer your questions, and all phone calls are returned as quickly as possible.
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