I fell on the job because of a chemical spill and injured my arm, hands and wrists. I tried to work with the insurance company and could never get answers or return phone calls. When I finally began receiving benefits, they were not the right amount. I hired Nancy White and she immediately took the stress out of processing my claim. Nancy and her staff dealt with the insurance company and I was able to focus on getting better.
Winston Salem, NC
The workman’s comp lawyers at White & Stradley, PLLC in Winston Salem, North Carolina have represented injured Workers from all over the state of North Carolina for several years now. We have seen clients suffering from a variety of work-related injuries and illnesses including
- Hand Injuries
- Burn injuries
- Nerve injuries
- Back injuries
- Neck injuries
- Shoulder and limb injuries
- Electric shock
Arm or hand injuries while performing your job may result in a great deal of pain and inability to work. At White & Stradley, PLLC in, we help clients who suffered debilitating hand or arm injuries obtain the workman's comp benefits they are due.
Like neck and back injuries, incidents at work associated with arm and hand injuries are often the result of lifting and generally occur in the manufacturing, construction and healthcare industries.
Employee hand injuries can be complex and costly. Hand injuries resulting from exposure to chemicals, crushing injuries, amputations, or repetitive motion can lead to numerous physician visits over the course of years. You need a dependable, aggressive workman's comp attorney to get you the compensation you need and deserve during this difficult time.
According to statistics provided by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the fingers are the second most frequently injured part of the body. In the year 2005, injuries to the hand, fingers, and wrist made up 23% of lost workday injuries in all industries.
The National Center on Health Statistics estimates that there are 50,000 amputations of limbs every year in the United States. The most common amputation is partial hand amputation with loss of one or more fingers. The next most common workplace injury is the loss of one arm. According to OSHA (Occupational Safety & Health Administration), the financial cost of hand injuries is around $300 million per year in lost production time, medical expenses and workman’s comp benefits.
If you have suffered a hand injury due to a work related accident, please contact White & Stradley, PLLC today to schedule your free workman’s comp consultation. We serve clients in and around Winston Salem, Winston Salem, Charlotte, Durham, Asheville, Greensboro, and Wilmington, North Carolina..