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Delaware County Workplace Spinal Injury Attorney

A work-related car accident, construction site fall, or other serious accident that involves significant impact to the neck or back can cause paralyzing damage to the spinal cord. Employees suffering from such catastrophic injuries face ongoing medical bills, expenses associated with home modifications and lifestyle changes, and lost wages.

Media Workers’ Comp Attorneys Handling Spinal Cord Injury Claims

At Schmidt, Kirifides & Rassias, our Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation attorneys represent injured workers in Chester County, Philadelphia, Delaware County, Bucks County, Berks County, Montgomery County, and throughout Pennsylvania who are suffering from neck and spinal cord injuries.  These injuries include paralysis affecting the lower extremities (paraplegia), vertebrae fractures that do not result in paralysis, or paralysis affecting the upper and lower extremities (quadriplegia/tetraplegia). Of course, we also represent employees whose work injuries involve nerve damage or loss of sensation due to an impact on the spine.

Over the years, we have seen how a spinal cord injury can affect a person’s life. You may be incapable of returning to your former job, or to any job at all, depending on the severity of the injuries. We understand that your paralysis means much more than being confined to a wheelchair. If you are unable to return to the workforce, our experienced workers’ compensation lawyers will fight to get you the maximum total disability benefits to which you are entitled.

Our ability to understand what you are going through and to demonstrate the full impact of your injuries to the insurance company and the court enables us to prepare strong cases and obtain maximum compensation. Call Schmidt, Kirifides & Rassias today at (484) 679-5239 or fill out an online contact form for a free consultation about your paralysis or spinal cord injury.

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