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Helping Californians who suffer career-ending orthopedic injuries

When a person in California thinks of the types of injuries that could render one permanently unable to work, they might initially think of very severe medical conditions such as paralysis, amputations or burn injuries. However, other injuries, such as orthopedic injuries, can also make it impossible for a person to work and earn an income. Thus, orthopedic injuries can significantly impact not just a person's health, but also their livelihood.

Herniated disks can be career-ending injuries

As some Californians can attest, nothing can be as debilitating as a back injury. Some back injuries just put a person out of commission and on the couch for a few days, but the person is otherwise able to return to work as normal. However, other back injuries can disable a person entirely, forcing them to exit the workforce. One of these potentially career-ending injuries is a herniated disk.

Career-ending injuries can be financially devastating

When a person is injured in an accident, whether it be a workplace accident, car crash or slip-and-fall case, the injuries they suffered could impact their entire life. Not only will they have to deal with extensive medical expenses, but sometimes their injuries are so severe that they are permanently unable to work. For example, an amputation, severe burn or soft tissue damage can result in a career-ending injury.

Packinghouse employees can suffer career-ending injuries

When people in California buy meat in a grocery store, packaged up tidily in plastic foam trays, they may not give much thought about how the meat got there. From raising the livestock to getting the meat on the supermarket shelves, many different tasks must be completed. For some people, this means making a living butchering meat in a packinghouse. However, working in a packinghouse can be very dangerous.

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