Health Care Worker Injury Attorney
Serving Nursing Home Workers, Hospital Workers & More
Hospital workers, nursing home workers, and home health care providers are all potential candidates for workers’ compensation claims stemming from injuries on the job. Talk to an experienced Michigan health care worker injury lawyer at Adler Firm, PLLC to discuss your injury and strategies aimed at getting you the workers’ compensation benefits that you are entitled to.
Contact our team online or by phone to get started on your case at (888) 966-9524. Our legal team treats our clients with the respect and attention they deserve after a serious injury.
Common Types of Injuries Experienced by Health Care Workers
Health care workers face unique physical stress and strain as they lift and maneuver patients. Nurses and nurse assistants often complain of back, neck, shoulder, knee, foot, and leg pain after years of moving patients around. Sometimes a back injury occurs suddenly and the nurse or nurse assistant is aware of it. In other cases, a back ailment develops over time.
For the sake of a workers’ compensation claim, the date of the injury can be the date that it actually happened or the date that the worker became unable to work normally because of pain that had accumulated over months or years.
Other types of injuries on the job common among health care providers may include slip and fall accidents, needle prick accidents, noxious gas injuries, injuries resulting from assault by patients, and stress disorders. Any injury occurring on the job that requires medical treatment or time off work should be evaluated by an experienced workers’ compensation attorney.
Recognized Effectiveness in Workers’ Compensation Law in Michigan
Our Michigan nursing injury lawyer at Adler Firm, PLLC is well qualified to evaluate your case and make recommendations as to how to move forward with a health care provider’s workers’ compensation claim.
Our founding attorney Barry Adler has deep ties to Detroit. He has been going to bat for the injured since 1979. He is the author of the workers’ compensation section of the Michigan Lawyer’s Manual and has the highest possible rating of “AV” in the Martindale-Hubbell peer review system. He has also spoken on our practice areas at numerous legal seminars.
Do Not Settle for Less
Workers’ compensation insurers have many tactics to save money when handling workers’ compensation claims. They frequently offer to settle a claim for far less than what it is worth as a matter of practice.
Our focus at Adler Firm, PLLC is on the pursuit of fair compensation for people injured on the job, people with disabilities that keep them from working, and personal injury accident victims. We have tried and won more than 100 workers’ compensation claims and collected more than $100 million for our clients.
Call toll free or email our law firm to schedule a free consultation to discuss your potential claim. With offices conveniently located in Traverse City and Detroit, we serve clients throughout the state.
Our Michigan attorney has helped countless health care workers recover from their injuries and can help you with your claim when you call us at (888) 966-9524.