New York Workers’ Compensation Lawyer
- Have you been injured on the job?
- Have you had a neck injury from a fall or accident while at work?
- Were you hit by a car while on company business?
- Are you missing time from work and not getting paid for it?
- Do you have a current claim open and wish to settle it?
Call 315-451-3040 now to make sure that you are receiving everything you are entitled to under the Workers’ Comp Laws.
If you have suffered a neck injury either to your vertebra or to your muscles and/or connective soft tissue, while on the job, you may be entitled to workers compensation. Your first concern should be your health because of the seriousness of a neck injury. If the injury is serious enough, even your life could be at risk. If you have not been examined by a physician, please contact go to the emergency room immediately. If you have been diagnosed with a herniation, disc protrusion or other neurological condition, you need to have an attorney who is experienced in handling injuries of this sort. The symptoms from neck injuries can include the following:
- pain and discomfort
- numbness and/or tingling in the hands or arms
- paraspinal tenderness
- burning sensations
It is important to note that you need to act quickly when pursuing a claim. The notice provisions of the New York Worker’s Compensation Law require you to notify your employer within 30 days. If you have suffered a neck injury, it is important that you receive medical treatment as fast as possible. Also, it is important to make sure that your claim is properly filed. An experienced workers compensation attorney will be able to help you file the claim properly and to make sure that you are receiving all of the compensation that you deserve.
At the Snyder Law Firm, we are experienced in handling Workers’ Compensation for injuries sustained on the job. In New York, if you are injured while on the job, you have a right to receive compensation. The New York Workers’ Compensation Law is designed to ensure that workers receive medical care and wages for injuries sustained while on the job.
Attorney Snyder does not take any fee until you received money for the lost wages that you earned. Attorney Snyder’s fees are set by the Worker’s Compensation Board.