Neck Injuries

Woman's hand on her neckWork-Related Neck Injury

Any neck injury can limit a worker’s ability to perform his or her job duties or to perform them as effectively as before the injury. If you have suffered a neck injury at work and you are unable to work as a result, it is important to seek medical attention and to pursue any workers’ compensation benefits that are available to you. Even when a neck injury initially seems insignificant, it is in your best interest to report the injury to your employer and to speak with a lawyer.

In the Greater Boston area, the attorneys at the law firm of Pulgini & Norton, LLP, have more than 40 years of experience representing injured workers. The system of workers’ compensation in Massachusetts is complex and can be difficult to understand. If you or a loved one has suffered a work-related injury, we can explain how benefits work and how to file the necessary paperwork to receive those benefits.

Contact our firm to learn more information about your rights. Call one of our Massachusetts offices at 781-843-2200 to speak with a lawyer.

Massachusetts Neck Injury Lawyers

When a neck injury does not result in paralysis or another serious medical condition, it may not seem important to file a workers’ comp claim. It is important to know, however, that even relatively minor neck pain can be a symptom of a more serious condition and can quickly escalate without treatment and/or rest.

More severe neck pain can easily limit work activities and prevent a person from working altogether. Serious injuries, including paralysis, of course need extensive treatment and care as soon as possible.

Contact Pulgini & Norton to Learn More Information

After a neck injury on the job, contact us to schedule an appointment for an initial consultation and learn more about our workers’ comp representation in Massachusetts. You may e-mail our firm here or call one of our three offices in Braintree, Hyde Park or downtown Boston toll free at 781-843-2200.