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Madison Workers’ Compensation Lawyer

Madison is located in the center of Mississippi in Madison County. The city’s nickname is “The Brick City” because of its numerous brick buildings. The city sits just ten miles from Jackson, which is Mississippi’s capital and largest city. Madison’s geographic size is 13.7 square miles or 35 square kilometers, and as of 2019, the population was around 24,661 people. 

The city was named after the fourth President of the United States, James Madison. It started as a railroad station, known as Madison Station, for the Illinois Central Railroad in 1856. Much of Madison Station was destroyed by the Union during the American Civil War, but after the war, the city grew significantly.  

Today, Madison is known for its small-town charm, and it’s one of the safest cities in the U.S. Family Circle magazine deemed it one of the best locations for families, and Money Magazine listed it as one of the best places to live in America. 

Madison Workers’ Compensation Claims

Although Madison is a great place to live, it’s not free from workplace and personal injuries. If you were injured on the job, you should be entitled to workers’ compensation benefits. Workers’ compensation is a type of insurance that covers lost wages and medical expenses for employees injured at work. Unfortunately, many injured workers’ claims are underpaid or outright denied by employer insurance companies. Those who are denied proper benefits need workers’ compensation legal representation. 

Workers’ compensation is a distinct area of the law, but very few law firms specialize in it. Most firms that handle workers’ compensation cases mainly focus on personal injuries. Here at Lunsford, Baskin, and Priebe, PLLC, our lawyers specialize in both workers’ compensation and personal injury cases. With years of experience and expert knowledge on workers’ compensation law, we’ve helped numerous injured employees receive the benefits they deserve for their injuries, some of which included hundreds of thousands of dollars in benefits. 

If you experience a workplace injury, you shouldn’t have to deal with fighting for your claim without expert support. Receiving workers’ compensation can be a long and arduous process. With Lunsford, Baskin, and Priebe, you don’t need to worry about handling the complexities of receiving workers’ compensation. Our Madison workers’ compensation lawyers will help you every step of the way so that you can focus on recovering from your injuries. 

Workers’ Compensation Injuries We Handle

Lunsford, Baskin, and Priebe, PLLC assists clients with different types of injuries. Some incredibly common workplace injuries that we see across various industries include:

Back, Neck, & Spine Injuries

These types of injuries are common in both office and more labor-intensive jobs. A few causes include falling from a ladder, slipping, and even prolonged sitting. Workers often experience back injuries as a result of both single incidents and repeated actions. For example, people experience back injuries after lifting heavy equipment, but they could also become injured from repeatedly bending and lifting objects throughout their day. Common back injuries include lumbar injuries, slipped discs, vertebral fractures, pinched nerves, and inflammation of back muscles or ligaments. 

Neck and spinal injuries can leave victims with permanent disabilities and even paralysis. Some neck and spinal injuries include broken neck and spinal bones, but the most serious injuries usually involve impinged and severed nerves. Damage to the nerves in the spinal cords can lead to paraplegia or quadriplegia, and these types of injuries can be fatal, especially if they’re not treated properly.

First Responders

First responders, such as firefighters, police officers, and emergency technicians, often become victims of workplace injuries because of immediate threats to their safety and long-term health risks. Sudden injuries can occur due to accidents and deliberate violence, but less obvious injuries include hypertension, post-traumatic stress disorder, bloodborne pathogens, cancer, and hearing loss. Firefighters often develop exposure-related illnesses because of smoke, toxins, and carcinogens. Hypertension is an especially harmful disease that affects three-quarters of first responders. 

Shoulder and Knee Injuries

Shoulder and knee injuries can occur from unexpected workplace accidents or sudden movements, but they can also result from repeated movements performed over an extended period. You may not know that the movements you perform at work could negatively impact your shoulders and knees, and the symptoms of these injuries may not even be noticeable for years. When you do develop symptoms of shoulder and knee injuries, 

it can become expensive quickly. Shoulder and knee injuries often require time off of work and physical therapy, and some victims of workplace injuries may even need to get knee and shoulder replacements. Common knee and shoulder injuries include torn rotator cuffs, Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL), and meniscus. 

Fractures

Foot and ankle fractures are exceedingly common, especially for labor-intensive careers. Common injuries resulting in fractures include falling from a ladder, forklift accidents, falling objects, slipping, and collapsing trench accidents. Symptoms of ankle fractures include pain, bruising, swelling, tenderness, and difficulty putting weight on the ankle. Fractures also often come with long-term risks of developing arthritis and losing mobility. If you experience an ankle or foot fracture, you’ll likely need time away from work so that you can avoid putting weight on the afflicted area. 

Madison Workers’ Compensation Claims Process

Work injuries are incredibly common across labor-intensive jobs, such as construction and manufacturing, and office jobs, where people sit for an unhealthy amount of time. Because workplace injuries and ailments are so common, employers usually inform employees to trust them to handle workers’ compensation benefits and will provide employees with a workers’ compensation representative. Your workplace may even offer workers’ compensation doctors through your employers’ insurance companies. Unfortunately, employers and insurance companies often look for ways to underpay or deny your claim. Workers’ compensation doctors often under-evaluate the severity of injuries so that insurance companies don’t have to pay as much for your recovery. 

You shouldn’t let employers or insurance companies take advantage of you as you recover from your injuries. Contact expert workers’ compensation lawyers today so that you can receive the full benefits you deserve for medical bills and lost wages. You can count on Lunsford, Baskin, and Priebe PLLC, to fight for your claim both in and out of court so that you don’t need to worry about being denied fair compensation. 

Dedicated, Professional Legal Help With Mississippi Workers’ Compensation Matters

You need expert legal professionals if you were injured at work or by another person’s negligence. Additionally, you should seek legal guidance if you lost a family member due to someone’s negligence or deliberate wrongdoing. The lawyers at Lunsford, Baskin, and Priebe, PLLC will represent you if you have a case, and we’ll work diligently so that you receive the compensation you deserve. 

In both cases of workers’ compensation and personal injuries, insurance companies do everything they can to avoid paying full benefits to victims. Our Madison workers’ compensation lawyers will fight for your case and ensure you maximize the money you receive for injuries or wrongful death. If you’re ready to fight for the money you deserve, call our Jackson office at 601-983-2667.

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