Legal Aid for Neck, Back, and Spinal Cord Injuries

Neck, Back, and Spinal Cord Injuries in the Workplace

Aumiller Lomax is a law firm that provides federal employees legal aid for neck, back, and spinal cord injuries. Based in New Jersey, we represent federal workers across the U.S. Our firm specializes in representing federal employees who have suffered various types of injuries while on the job, including neck, back, and spinal cord injuries. Federal workers have rights protected by federal law that make federal employees eligible for lost wages, medical assistance, and other additional compensation. Through our specialized federal compensation law practice, we represent clients all throughout the nation, getting federal employees who are injured the compensation they’re entitled to by federal law. Give us a call today – our free consultation will allow you to gain a better understanding of the benefits you may be eligible for.

Helping You Seek Neck, Back, & Spinal Cord Injury Recovery

Many federal employees across the nation suffer injuries related to the neck and back while on the job. The cost of an injury can be extensive, and those who seek legal representation are often able to help gain aid to their recovery and find an easier way to move on. If you need to file a claim for an injury related to your neck or spinal cord, there are a lot of factors to consider. Aumiller Lomax will work thoroughly to make sure you receive the full length of compensation you deserve. Contact us today for a free consultation.

The Criteria for Neck and Back Injury Claims

There are two factors to meet in most U.S. states: You must be an employee, and you must have suffered the injury while on the job. However, there are exceptions to both factors, such as terms tailored for independent contractors and off-the-job injuries. Regardless of your circumstances, one of our attorneys will discuss the details of your legal rights with you. While there are various exceptions, many types of injuries caused in a work-related environment can be accounted for when filing your injury claim. Our law firm can help you cover the details and seek coverage for:

  • Degenerative Disc Disease
  • Herniated Discs
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Sprains and Strains
  • Whiplash
  • Bulging Disc
  • Anterior Cord Syndrome
  • Lifting, Lowering, and Twisting Injuries
  • Injuries from Standing and Sitting
  • Spinal Fractures from Falls and Other Accidents
  • Brown-Sequard Syndrome
  • Central Cord Syndrome
  • Paralysis (Monoplegia, Paraplegia, Triplegia, Quadriplegia)
  • Chronic Lower Back Pain

Benefits You May Qualify For

When filing your injury claim, it’s important for injured workers to know what types of benefits are available. Benefits available under federal compensation programs include:

Medical Benefits – Benefits that cover the cost of expenses related to medical treatments.

Disability Benefits – Disability benefits cover a portion of your lost wages if you’re unable to work due to the injury. Partial disability benefits may also be able to be obtained if you are able to work in a limited capacity. Short-term benefits are available to those who miss days, weeks, or even months from work, while permanent benefits are available to those who will never have the ability to return to their former position. In many cases, it will be necessary to apply to both short-term and permanent disability benefits.

Rehabilitative or Vocational Benefits – The costs for obtaining rehabilitative services, counseling, or vocational training needed to get back to work following a serious injury can be covered.

Call us today at (856) 751-0440 for initial consultation!


What Sets Us Apart

  • Over 30 Combined Years Of Experience
  • Providing National & International Services
  • We Focus on Federal Work Injuries