An aging population in the Lehigh Valley area has increased the demand for quality health care. Today, people of all ages depend on the quality hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, and other health care facilities in our area.
At The Law Offices of Thomas Dwight Aristide, we represent many health care workers who have suffered from some of the following work-related injuries:
- Shoulder injuries
- Laboral tears
- Rotator cuff tears and impingement
- Cervical injuries
- Brachial plexus injuries
- De Quervain’s disease
- Back/lumbar injuries
- Cubital tunnel syndrome
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Other repetitive motion injuries
To learn about your options for seeking compensation for any work-related injury, please contact a Bethlehem workers’ compensation attorney for health care injuries. We serve clients throughout the Lehigh Valley area, including the cities of Bethlehem, Easton, and Allentown.
Assisting health care providers seeking workers’ compensation benefits
Health care workers have physically demanding jobs. They may be required to lift or transfer patients, or bend and twist their bodies in physically compromising positions. They may be required to perform repetitive motions as a part of their job. Many are on their feet for hours at a time. All of these factors contribute to the commonality of injuries experienced by health care workers on the job.
We represent all health care workers who are seeking workers’ compensation benefits: nurses, doctors, nurse practitioners, nursing assistants, physical therapists, occupational therapists, chiropractors, dentists, and other health care workers.
Whether you are seeking benefits for the first time, or if your initial claim was denied, our law firm can explain what legal options are available, and help you seek maximum compensation. If your injury is keeping you from working, we can help you determine the amount of wage loss and/or medical workers’ compensation benefits you may be eligible to receive.
Contact a workers’ compensation injury attorney serving Lehigh Valley: Helping health care professionals including nurses and doctors
To schedule a consultation to discuss your options following a workplace injury, please contact a lawyer online today. Remember, there is no fee for consultations in workers’ compensation cases, and no charge for our work unless your case is successful.