Accidents at work can result in any number of injuries. Some of the most common work injuries include back, neck, shoulder, knee injuries and hip injuries. Your hips connect your legs to your body basically, and bear much of the weight of your body. They are essential to your ability to move around and perform your job duties. If your hip is damaged, it can limit your range of motion, cause permanent disability and loss of income now and in the future, and can even require a hip replacement surgery in some severe injuries.
Hip injuries at work can range from fractured or dislocated hips, fractured pelvis and severe pain which prevents you from going back to work right away. Hip injuries will often require physical therapy, possibly surgical repair, or in some cases – full hip replacement surgery.
If you've been injured at work, you have a right to seek workers' compensation to help pay for your medical bills, loss of income while out of work, and other related expenses. You may want to seek the experience and knowledge of a NY workers' compensation attorney to expedite your workers' comp claim and get the help you deserve.
Getting hurt from accidents at work often results in workers filing a workers' compensation claim. In some cases, if you've been hurt on the job and will not return to work for a year or more there may be other options for you, such as filing for Social Security Disability Benefits. A NY workers' compensation attorney can help you decide whether you should file a workers' comp claim or for Social Security Disability Benefits.
Markhoff & Mittman are experienced New York workers' compensation lawyers who have successfully handled New York workers disability and workers compensation claims for nearly seventy-five years. If you need assistance getting the medical attention and financial recovery from your hip injury, contact us today.