Pursuing Justice For The Injured And Disabled Since 1992

Compensation For Serious Neck And Back Injuries

Among some of the most serious injuries, back and neck injuries can leave you permanently unable to work if not treated properly. If you have suffered a serious back injury such as a slipped disk or herniated disk in the course of your work, contact an experienced workers’ compensation attorney right away to make sure your claim includes all the necessary costs for full recovery.

At Skibiel Law, in Jonesboro, Georgia, we have 29 years of combined experience handling workers’ compensation claims involving back, neck and herniated disk injuries. We understand the complexities involved in diagnosing and treating these injuries, and we use our experience to defend your right to receive medical and income benefits.

Protecting Your Right To Full Recovery

Many insurance companies attempt to minimize back injuries sustained on the job by claiming that the injury resulted from previous medical conditions or a non-work-related accident. When you work with our firm, we will:

  • Investigate your medical history
  • Review relevant medical reports and studies
  • Work with medical experts to demonstrate the connection between your accident and your injury
  • Present our findings in aggressive negotiation or litigation, if necessary

Due to our in-depth investigation techniques and assertive representation, we often obtain successful case results on behalf of our clients.

Disk herniation and other serious back injuries can end your career if not properly treated. Our goal is to ensure you receive quality medical care and prompt payment so you can achieve maximum recovery.

Contact A Skilled Lawyer With Proven Results

If you or a loved one has suffered a serious back, neck or herniated disk injury in a work accident, contact our firm by calling 770-400-0963 or toll free at 770-968-3554 to schedule a free initial consultation with our Jonesboro back and neck injury attorney. You can also send us an email about your case.

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