NJ Back Injury Lawyers
Back injuries are the most common workplace injury claims and are also one of the claims most commonly contested. Employers and insurers may dispute that your bad back is work-related or try to downplay the extent of injury to limit your benefits or force you back to work.
If you hurt your back and cannot work, the Eder Law Firm in East Brunswick is here to stand up for your rights. We handle workers’ compensation cases in Middlesex, Monmouth, Ocean, Essex, Hudson, Union and Somerset Counties in central, northern New Jersey, the Jersey Shore, and throughout New Jersey. Call 732-937-9100 for a free consultation.
Protecting Your Rights and Benefits for a Back Injury
The lawyers at Eder Law Firm have over 50+ years of experience representing the injured. We are prepared to aggressively fight to get you all the lawful benefits — medical treatment, temporary pay and the permanent disability award you may deserve. The Eder Law Firm has handled hundreds of back injury claims, including:
- Herniated disc
- Fractured or compressed vertebrae
- Lower back strain and sprain (pulled muscles or torn ligaments)
- Sciatic pain (pinched nerves)
- Radiculopathy (pain radiating down extremities)
- Neurologic injuries
We know that a person with a back injury may look fine, and even walk normally, but experience significant pain when attempting to perform routine tasks. We know that back injuries may relate to an on-the-job accident (a fall, a vehicle accident, carrying a heavy object) or from a repetitive stress injury that may develop from the routine twisting, bending and lifting at the job. We can help prove that the injury is directly related to your workplace duties.
You should report any accident or back pain, however minor, to your employer, and request treatment, if necessary. If you need medical treatment, New Jersey Workers’ Compensation law limits your treatment to medical providers authorized by the employer or its workers’ compensation insurance company. The use of non-authorized medical providers may result in you being personally responsible for bills for unauthorized treatment. If you are being denied treatment, call the Eder Law Firm.