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Florida Work Accidents May Lead to Herniated Disc Injuries

Repetitive pulling, pushing, twisting, and lifting – does this sound like your job? If so, you may be at risk for a herniated disc. A herniated disc injury typically occurs to workers who have a physically demanding job; however, this injury can also occur due to traumatic car accidents and fall accidents.

How do you know when you have a herniated disc?

If you have pain coupled with numbness or tingling in your buttocks, thigh and leg, you most likely have a herniated disc. This type of injury occurs when the disc is damaged and breaks open. This is why a herniated disc is also referred to as a bulging disc, slipped disc or ruptured disc.

If your herniated disc injury occurred at work doing your normal job duties that resulted in a traumatic accident or was caused from repetitive twisting and bending at the lower back instead of at the knees, you may be entitled to file a Florida workers’ compensation claim.

The pain can be extremely intense after a herniated disc injury at work. If a South Florida work injury has left you in pain, you may need to file a workers’ compensation claim for your medical bills and lost time from work.

Make sure your workers’ compensation claim is handled properly so you can get all the benefits you are entitled to. Call a workers’ compensation attorney in Fort Lauderdale today to discuss your rights after your work accident. Call a work injury lawyer in South Florida at the Law Office of David Benenfeld at 954-807-1334 to schedule a free legal consultation.

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