- Neck (Cervical)
- Lower Back (Lumbar)
- Shoulder (Rotator Cuff)
- Knee (meniscus)
- Bulging or Herniated Disks
- Discectomy or Fusion Surgery
- Eye Injury
- Hearing Loss
- Burns (fire or chemical)
- Paralysis (paraplegia or quadriplegia)
- Permanent and total disability
Before deciding what attorney to go with, you should speak with them about their experience and credentials. In short, every case is different and when it comes to workers’ compensation and injuries, you need an attorney who understands your unique case and how to reach your best result. By sharing with you what areas we have previously focused on, you can see where you might fall on the spectrum of our abilities when it comes to your case.
We have experience with almost every aspect of personal injury, but that does not mean we’ll be the right fit for you. Frankly, the only person who can decide on that is you. Furthermore, if you do not see your own type of injury listed above, feel free to reach out to our Anderson accident team today and allow us to share what we might be able to do for you. At the very least, we will put you in contact with a qualified and trusted professional who might be better suited to your particular case.
No matter how big or small your injury, you should call an attorney and see what it the best course of action for your healing both mentally and physically. Call Mr. Reeves today to set up a free consultation at 864.760.8252, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.