Coping with Back Injury and Restoring Quality of Life

Enlist an Experienced Spinal Injury Lawyer to Protect Your Interests

Work-related spinal injuries affect the lives of millions of American workers and their families. At Golitko & Daly, we are focused on representing workers who have suffered from on-the-job spinal injuries. The causes, treatment, and compensation that may be obtained are unique to each individual.

Coping with spinal injuries can be incredibly costly, and it is very important to enlist the help of exceptional attorneys who can help you secure the compensation you need.

Call us today to set discuss your workplace spinal injury and your options.

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Establishing Liability in Spinal Cord Injuries

It is important to examine each spinal cord accident carefully to establish how and why the accident occurred. We know how upsetting a workplace injury can be, and we are focused on building strong cases for our clients by identifying liable parties and pursuing damages.

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Causes of Spinal Cord Injury

Work-related spinal injuries can be caused by objects falling onto a worker, a worker falling down, vehicle accidents, machinery accidents, moving materials, improper care when working with heavy or dangerous loads, and other circumstances. We excel at analyzing these injuries and identifying the cause.

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Consequences of Spinal Cord Injury

Spinal cord injuries are one of the most dangerous and debilitating injuries someone can suffer. Consequences vary from a small subluxation (a shift in the vertebrae of the spine that places pressure on a spinal nerve), to quadriplegia or death. Some consequences cannot be relieved, and may cause lifelong debilitation. The lawyers at Golitko & Daly are here to fight for spinal cord injury victims.

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Resources for Families Affected by Spinal Cord Injury

As with any workplace injury, a spinal cord injury victim is rarely the only person affected. The victim's family often feels the repercussions of the event long after it has occurred. In addition to great emotional distress, families may be left without a source of income. We can help families build the strong cases necessary to collect the damages they need and deserve.

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Recovering Damages from Spinal Cord Injury

Coping with a work-related spinal injury can require a great deal of medical care and other expenses that can be financially devastating. Workers' compensation can help offset those costs, but the circumstances of the injury and the full extent of its repercussions must be thoroughly represented. We can investigate your situation, identify any potential third-party liability, and help you collect the ample compensation you truly need.

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Spinal Cord Injury Statistics

Spinal cord injuries are a part of millions of Americans' lives, and we can help you understand the national scope of this very difficult condition. We have gathered information regarding the classification of spinal injuries, as well as statistics illustrating the risks of spinal injures that occur in the work place.

Let Us Work for You

We have successfully represented many clients injured in the workplace, and we are prepared to take on even the most complicated of spinal injury cases. If you or a loved one has suffered a spinal cord injury at work, please contact us today to receive the caring, knowledgeable assistance you deserve.