Workers’ Comp Claims Involving Back, Spine & Neck Injuries
If you are suffering from the effects of a spinal cord injury in your back or neck that you suffered while on the job, do not forget that you have rights. Too many injured workers accept denials from their employers’ insurance companies or wait too long to take action.
At Robinson Salyers, PLLC, we understand Kentucky workers’ compensation law and can act quickly to help you claim the benefits you deserve and are entitled to. From our offices in Shelbyville and Frankfort, we help workers suffering from serious neck, back and spinal injuries get the help they need when their injuries prevent them from working.
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We Can Help You Fight Claim Denials
If you have undergone spinal cord surgery, such as a fusion surgery, due to an on-the-job injury, it is likely that your employer’s insurance company may try to claim that your back was already in bad shape before your injury. For example, it may claim that you already suffered from herniated disks that were not related to your work.
With nearly 15 years of legal experience fighting insurance companies and earning workers’ compensation benefits for his clients, our partner, attorney Benjamin Salyers knows the steps to take. He can help you see an independent doctor for an evaluation, ensure that your doctor documents all of your medical evidence and initiate litigation against the insurance company if necessary. That is why it is important to contact us if the insurance company:
- Delays paying you benefits
- Denies your benefit claims
- Tells you that you can only see certain doctors
As your lawyers, we will not take no for an answer. You can trust in our law firm to get you the compensation you deserve, giving you time to focus on your health.
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To learn more, contact Robinson Salyers, PLLC, today at 502-220-4439 in Shelbyville or 502-257-5417 in Frankfort for a free consultation. Remember, you will owe us nothing if we cannot recover compensation for you.