Each person is unique, and different people suffer from the effect of their injuries in different ways. That is why it’s crucial to have a Sacramento workers’ compensation lawyer who knows how to individualize the permanent effect of your work-related injuries and present your case to the judge so you can secure a fair and accurate award of permanent disability.
Follow these steps to help secure permanent disability benefits:
- Notify your employer of your injury right when it happens
- Make documentation of faulty equipment that could have been the cause of your accident
- Get medical treatment
- Retain copies of your medical record to prove your injuries
Whether it’s a work-related neck injury, back injury, spinal cord injury, head injury or traumatic brain injury, any permanent effect of your injury needs to be documented by a doctor. This goes a long way towards ensuring you get the long-term wage replacement benefits / permanent disability that you are entitled to. In certain cases, this will involve getting the opinion of a medical specialist. Sometimes, it is necessary to rely on a vocational expert.
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SACRAMENTO WORKERS’ COMP ATTORNEY WITH HUNDREDS OF CASES HANDLED
At the Law Office of Alice A. Strömbom, our founder has more than 10 years of experience proving permanent disability state of our clients. We always work at helping our clients as they’re seeking to get the full compensation under the rights they are entitled. Our ultimate goal is representing you to the best of our abilities. We have handled Hundreds of cases and helped countless injured workers get the benefits they deserved. We use this experience and knowledge on your behalf while we are guiding you the entire way through this complex process.
We understand how complicated and difficult it can be dealing with an injury. And when you can’t work because of it, it can be downright overwhelming. We can provide you with the help you need. Your goals are our priority at the Law Office of Alice A. Strömbom.