Back Injuries in Des Moines

Knowledgeable Workers' Compensation Attorney

One of the most common injuries suffered as a result of workplace accidents are back injuries. Back injuries can occur in a number of different ways and as a result of various circumstances. They can involve damage to the discs, nerves, muscles, or ligaments. Depending on the severity of a back injury, your ability to work may be impacted.

At King Law, PLLC, Des Moines workers' compensation attorney Mark King can assist you in filing a claim to recover compensation.

Fighting for You

With more than 15 years of experience, attorney King has helped many individuals who have suffered back injuries in the workplace. He understands how painful and distracting a back injury can be, regardless of the severity. Your pain may affect your ability to carry out your normal activities, leading to a temporary or permanent disability.

Whether you have missed time at work as a result of your injury or you simply are concerned about your medical bills, filing a workers' compensation claim is in your best interest.

The Des Moines workers' compensation attorney at King Law, PLLC can help you if you suffer from any of the following:

Trusted Des Moines Work Injury Lawyer

After you have reported your injury, attorney King can help you determine if you have grounds for a claim and put together a customized plan. He is highly experienced at representing all types of workers' compensation cases, including those involving accidents and repetitive stress injuries. King Law, PLLC offers a complimentary consultation to give you the opportunity to discuss your injury and your needs.

Call now at (515) 444-8035 to set up a free initial appointment.
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