Work-Related Head, Neck And Back Injuries

Are you a Nebraska or Iowa worker who suffered a head injury, traumatic brain injury, rotated disk or spinal cord injury on the job? Did your job accident injury require a hip replacement?

You need to regain your health and return to your job so you can resume providing for your family. An essential first step in your journey back is the legal ability to receive workers' compensation benefits that replace a portion of your wages, defray medical bills and generally speed your recovery.

In Omaha, the skilled workers' compensation lawyers of Andres Law Offices, PC LLO, work hard to accomplish these goals for you. In our practice, justice for you equals the disability and medical benefits you need to return your life to normal.

We bring many years of experience and a reputation for positive results to your quest for workers' comp benefits. We listen carefully to your description of your job accident, investigate its cause and use the facts of your claim to negotiate with insurers representing your employer. If discussions are not productive, we are fully prepared to protect your rights in the courtroom.

We Are Committed To Your Best Interests

Serious injuries to the head, back, neck and hip can prevent workers from doing their jobs. A concussion, repetitive trauma from constant twisting and turning, or a fall that breaks a bone can hospitalize an employee for many months. Damage to the spinal column can result in long-lasting pain and limitations — and years of expensive, advance therapies that financially burden a family.

While you struggle to get back on your feet — health-wise, financially and emotionally — Andres Law Offices, PC LLO, handles your workers' compensation injury claim with poise and professionalism. We offer attentive advocacy to injured workers in all professions when employers ignore the severity of an on-the-job injury.

To arrange your free consultation, call 402-491-4003 or use our online contact form. Home and hospital visits are available. Our contingency fee policy means that you owe no attorney fee unless we recover benefits for you.