Help For Workers Who Have Suffered Lifting Injuries

Back injuries suffered on the job are serious business. These injuries often go undetected for a period of time, can take time to heal and may even require surgery to correct.

If your serious lifting injury was caused by a workplace accident, Minnesota workers' compensation should start working for you. You should be able to count on reimbursement for medical bills and a percentage of lost wages — not a failure to acknowledge your injury by your employer.

More Than 30 Years Experience Handling Workers' Compensation Claims

In St. Paul, Minneapolis, across the Twin Cities metro and throughout Minnesota, our skilled lawyers at the Law Office of Thomas B. Schway can help you. When an employer or insurer fails to take your workplace accident seriously, we bring our 30 years of experience and reputation for results to your side. Our founding attorney has handled thousands of cases, many of them just like yours. We do everything in our power to assist you with the legal side of your recovery, so you can return to your job as soon as possible.

Lifting injuries on the job can happen for a variety of reasons: lack of training in the practice of lifting, lack of an available co-worker to help you lift a large object and insufficient safety precautions or equipment. Tell us how your lifting injury occurred when we meet for your free consultation. Call us locally, toll free at 888-556-3551 or e-mail us today.

Quality, Experienced Representation From The Law Office Of Thomas B. Schway

A lifting injury at your employment can cause a broad range of physical problems, such as:

  • Herniated disk or bulging disk in the back or neck areas
  • Cervical and lumbar area muscle sprain or strain
  • Whiplash or soft tissue injuries
  • Nerve impingement with pain in the legs or arms
  • Sciatica causing pain when walking or sitting
  • Degenerative disc disease

Don't be surprised if your employer and its insurance company question how your lifting injury, or neck and back injury, happened. Your symptoms may not have manifested themselves until later, when you arrived home after work. Several separate incidents may have led to the first detection of symptoms.

Employers and insurers should do what's right when loyal, hard-working employees are injured on the job. If your workplace injury hasn't been recognized, please contact us. The Law Office of Thomas B. Schway can help.

Free Consultations For Workers' Compensation Clients

For a free initial consultation with a St. Paul lifting injury attorney, call us toll free at 888-556-3551 or contact us online. It is urgent that you notify us of your work accident injury immediately, to satisfy the time limitations on workers' compensation claims.