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Helping You Get Workers’ Compensation For Your Work Injuries

Even a seemingly minor on-the-job accident can cause serious injuries and result in time away from work, medical expenses, and pain and suffering. Workers’ compensation benefits are designed to help ease your financial burden after a work accident.

While many workplace injuries are associated with jobs that require physical activity, any type of worker can become injured. If you were injured while working in a warehouse, factory or at a desk job, get the help you need from our team at the KMA Law Office. Located in Severna Park, Maryland, our firm is dedicated to getting you the workers’ compensation benefits you deserve.

Dedicated Representation For Injured Workers

Led by personal injury attorney Karen M. Authement, our firm offers small-firm attention with large-firm services and resources. Below are some of the more common types of injuries we see as part of our workers’ compensation injuries practice:

  • Serious head and spinal cord injuries: If you were hit by a falling object or slipped and fell, a traumatic brain injury (TBI) or spinal cord injury may not be immediately evident. These injuries, while devastating, may take medical evaluation to determine the extent of the injury. Brain and spinal cord injuries may result in your inability to return to work if you are physically unable to do the same job you were doing before your accident.
  • Neck and back injuries: Back and neck injuries often occur while lifting or moving objects or in vehicle accidents. If you were injured in these types of situations or others, you may be facing long recovery times and the potential for the recurrence of sprains, strains and other injury in the future.
  • Repetitive stress injuries: Any job that requires a worker to do the same types of motions every day can put stress on hands, wrists and other joints. Repetitive stress injuries, such as carpal tunnel syndrome or tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis) are common in individuals who work on computers.
  • Other workplace injuries: We handle all other types of injuries that may be sustained on the job, including:
    • Amputations
    • Burns
    • Broken bones
    • Torn muscles
    • Knee and leg injuries
    • Arm and elbow injuries
    • Shoulder damage
    • Hip breaks, strains and sprains

Fighting For The Compensation You Deserve

For more information or to schedule a free consultation with our skilled workplace injury lawyer, fill out our online contact form or call our firm today at 800-851-3301. Let us handle the legal details while you focus on healing and recovery.