Healthcare Industry Workers Compensation Attorney Pottstown
Healthcare workers of all types have the capacity of being injured during a typical work day. They have very demanding jobs that require them to repeat many of the same movements. Healthcare workers are also at risk of contracting an infection, disease or illness if they come into contact with it at work. If you work in the healthcare industry and have been injured while at work please speak with a Montgomery County Pennsylvania Workers Compensation Lawyer.
Types of Healthcare Workers I Represent
There are many different types of jobs in the healthcare field. I am Norristown Workers Compensation Attorney James V. Monaghan and I have the experience skills and resources to represent all healthcare workers including:
Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA)
Common Healthcare Worker Injuries
In the healthcare industry back injuries are very common. They are also prone to injuries to the hip, knee and shoulder. This is due to the constant lifting and moving of patients, medical devices and equipment. It can cause a cumulative trauma injury as well as a spontaneous injury to the affected area.
Other healthcare injuries commonly seen in Pennsylvania are:
Slip and Fall Injuries
Injuries Caused By Medical Equipment
Infection from Blood and Medical Waste
If you have sustained any of these injuries it is imperative that you consult with a King of Prussia Workers Compensation Benefits Lawyer.
Contact A Pottstown Workers Compensation Lawyer
Working with a Norristown Healthcare Worker Injury Attorney following your work related accident is a wise move on your part. As your attorney I will work on your behalf and make sure that your legal rights are protected and that you get the full, fair and just compensation for your injuries, medical bills and lost wages. Call my office today at (610) 275-5800 to discuss filing your workers compensation claim.
I offer free consultations to those who have been injured on the job in Pennsylvania. I am also certified as a specialist in the practice of workers' compensation law by the Pennsylvania Bar Association's Section on Workers' Compensation Law as authorized by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.