Every job requires both mental and physical activity. Some jobs require more mental than physical or vice versa. Regardless of where your job lies in the spectrum, your ability to be injured on the job is just the same; it just may look different. Typical on the job injuries look like falling or straining something. People typically think of physical jobs with injuries, but that’s not always the case. Here is a list of the 6 commons on the job injuries. As you read through the list you may be surprised as what constitutes an injury. Some of these injuries seem like innocent by-products of working, but you are still entitled and have the right to file workers compensation for those kinds of injuries. This list is informed by Arbill: a company determined to keep workers safety at the forefront of any business.
Listed above are the kinds of injuries that can happen, but what isn’t listed are the types of injuries that come from those kinds of injuries. For example, head trauma, muscle sprains and strains, loss of limbs, back injuries, and so forth. Those types of injuries can cause you to miss tons of work which also means missing pay. A work injury is a special type of injury that requires attention to detail when processing. On the job injury attorneys know the paperwork and patience required to ensure the right documentation and appropriate care taken to create the best workers compensation claim. Our on the job injury attorneys at Law Offices of Kropach & Kropach are here to help clarify the ins and outs of workers compensation for you. Call us at 818-600-4714 or click here to start your process today.