When someone is in an accident, it can disrupt every aspect of their life. From meeting the high cost of medical bills to recovering from physical injury, the burden can feel overwhelming. It often ends a career and prevents someone from working in their chosen occupation.
Our law firm represents workers throughout the state in lawsuits involving many different types of personal injury. When workers cannot return to work, they often see us about their options.
With years of experience, we have the resources and knowledge to handle cases involving even the most serious personal injuries and complex situations. In fact, we have a record of seven- and eight-figure jury verdicts and settlements in complex personal injury cases.
We strive to provide you with the best possible representation at every stage of your case. From your first phone call until a favorable settlement or jury verdict, our legal team takes the time to answer your questions and involve you closely in the process.
Our Alameda County Disability Compensation Lawyers Take An Experienced Approach
Career-ending injuries are those that end an individual’s ability to work in the occupation they had at the time of injury. They include severe injuries, like amputations or severe burns, but they also stem from less severe injuries, like injuries to soft tissue or orthopedic injuries. We understand the devastating psychological impact of being unable to work and provide for one’s family.
The effect an injury has on the worker’s ability to do his or her job often has to do with the type of job. Injuries are more likely to be career ending when workers have physically demanding jobs.
Most of the industrial accident cases that Viadro Law, LLP, handles are career-ending injuries. Compensation in a case with less severe injuries may still be quite significant where the injury prevents the injured worker from returning to their occupation.
When we talk to you about your case, we first look at the injury involved. How has it affected your life? What is the impact? Are you suffering from permanent work disability? We then look to the parties responsible for the injury.
This often requires an in-depth investigation or partnership with highly regarded experts. These experts bring in an extra layer of sophistication to analyze the case and help us develop our legal strategy.
Contact Our Oakland Attorneys To Discuss Career-Ending Injuries
To contact the Northern California attorneys at Viadro Law, LLP, call us at 510-907-9577 or 888-353-2158 toll-free or simply complete our online contact form. Initial consultations are free and confidential. Cases are handled on contingency, which means that you owe us no attorney fees unless we collect compensation for you.