Back or Neck Injury Caused by Heavy Lifting?

For many workers, jobs that involve heavy lifting also involve back and neck injuries. These injuries are painful, nagging and often debilitating. You need a lawyer to help you through the workers' compensation process so that you get the money you need to get back on your feet.

At Sher, Herman, Bellone & Tipograph, you will find a New York heaving lifting injury attorney with experience, skill and passion for getting you the compensation you deserve. We limit our legal practice areas to workers' compensation and Social Security Disability claims so that we can focus more intensely on this one area, providing you with the most knowledgeable representation possible.

When you need a workers' compensation lawyer, contact us. We know how to get the job done. Call 877-817-7881 today.

Back Injury Compensation for New York Workers

Back and neck injuries in the workplace are usually the result of too much heavy lifting, but they also can come from a basic slip and fall or from simply over-stretching yourself. Regardless of the cause of your workplace neck and back injuries, you could be entitled to a number of different types of compensation, including:

  • A lump sum settlement
  • Compensation for medical bills, including chiropractic care and physical therapy
  • Compensation for lost wages

Our law firm has been helping injured workers through the complicated process of filing for workers' compensation and getting benefits for more than 70 years. We are not afraid of facing the insurance companies' attorneys, and we will fight from the very first filing through the appeals process to get the best outcome possible for you.

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We offer a free initial consultation to all our prospective New York clients. You can talk with a lawyer and learn more about your case, with no cost or obligation.

We also work on contingency, so you don't pay us until we get a favorable settlement for you. Also, the court determines what our wages will be, so you know you're not paying too much.

Either call one of our New York offices or email us to schedule your free initial consultation.