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Seeking workers' comp for a back injury

Suffering an injury in the workplace can be a serious situation. While some injuries are easy to overcome, only requiring a few days to recover, others can cause an employee to suffer for weeks, months and even years. When a back injury occurs in the work environment, a worker could endure much pain and suffering, requiring much medical attention and even time off work to recover.

There are a variety of situations that could lead to a back injury in the workplace. This could either be the result of one event or the cumulative effect of repetitive actions. This could include reaching while lifting, poor posture, staying in one position for too long, bad body mechanics, poor physical condition, poor design of a work station, repetitive lifting, twisting while lifting, bending while lifting, maintaining a bent posture, fatigue, poor footing, lifting with forceful movement and vibrations, such as those in a lifted ruck.

Certain factors can account for some work-related back injury; however, these are not major factors. This includes congenital defects in the spine, increased static standing or sitting, an aging workforce and decrease in physical conditioning and exercise.

When an employee suffers a serious work injury, such as a back injury, it is important that they understand their rights when it comes to recovering workers' compensation benefits. Workers' comp can be extremely valuable and necessary, as it helps offset financial hardships caused by growing medical bills and lost wages Those seeking workers' comp benefits or those initially denied these benefits should take the time to fully understand their situation and how best to move forward.

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