Does Your Work Injury Require Surgical Treatment?
Serious injuries resulting from workplace accidents can completely disrupt a person’s life. Oftentimes, they require surgery and substantial periods of recovery and rehabilitation. Sadly, many victims of work injuries are denied workers’ compensation benefits for surgeries. At the Atkinson Gerber Law Office, we stand up for injured workers and fight to ensure they receive the compensation to which they are entitled.
If you recently found out that your work injury will require surgery or if workers’ comp is denying you compensation for your surgery, contact our knowledgeable lawyers for assistance. We offer more than 20 years of experience, and we are dedicated to achieving optimal results for you during this difficult time.
Common Types Of Surgeries For Work-Related Injuries
Whether your injury was the result of a slip- or trip-and-fall injury, a car accident, repetitive motion or even assault, if the injury was related to your job duties, workers’ compensation should provide benefits for all aspects of the injury, including surgery. Following are some common surgeries for work-related injuries:
- Spinal fusion, cervical disk surgery and other spinal cord surgeries
- Laminectomy/spinal decompression surgery
- Other bulging and herniated disk surgeries
- Other neck and back surgeries
- Surgery for traumatic brain injury (TBI)
- Surgery to repair nerve damage resulting from a laceration
- Carpal tunnel surgery
- Shoulder/rotator cuff surgery
- Wrist, hand and elbow surgery
- Knee surgery
- Other total joint replacements
- Ankle and leg fracture repairs
- Crush injury surgery, including hand and finger crush injuries
- Burn injury surgery
Unfortunately, it is not uncommon for work injuries to leave the victim with permanent damage, even after surgery. Our attorneys will seek compensation for the full extent of your injury based on how it has impacted your life up until this point, as well as how it will continue to affect you in the future.
Talk To Our Skilled Workers’ Compensation Attorneys In A Free Consultation
To schedule a free initial consultation, call 800-583-7016. We can be reached 24/7 with our after-hours answering service and are available to schedule consultations to meet at your convenience. If your injury prevents you from visiting our staff in the office, we are happy to make home, hospital and off-site consultations by appointment. We represent clients in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area and throughout Minnesota.