Work-Related Injuries

Compensation for On-the-Job Injuries

Workplace accidents can result in all types of serious injuries. No matter how minor or severe the damage may be, you deserve to receive fair compensation for your injuries by filing a workers’ compensation claim. Agnew & Rosenberger PLLC can provide an experienced and skilled Virginia workers’ compensation lawyer to guide and represent you so that you may be successfully compensated for your injuries and the resulting expenses.

Some of the most common work-related injuries include:

  • Neck and back injuries
  • Head injuries
  • Repetitive stress injuries
  • Severe burns
  • Broken bones
  • Crushing injuries
  • Amputation injuries

These injuries can occur anytime on the job due to the negligence of an employer or another employee or because of a defective product or piece of equipment. You can file a workers’ compensation claim as long as your injury occurred on the job as you were performing your duties, regardless of how or why it happened.

Do I need to file for workers’ compensation?

If your injury occurred on the job and caused you any kind of damage, from medical bills to lost wages, you should file for workers’ compensation. Minor injuries, such as cuts and bruises, can be handled with basic first aid and do not cause you to miss work. Anything that requires medical treatment, causes long-term discomfort or pain, or causes you to miss work is eligible for compensation through your employer’s insurance.

Speak with a Virginia Workers’ Compensation Attorney Today

Agnew & Rosenberger PLLC has helped countless individuals throughout Virginia obtain fair compensation for work-related injuries. When you hire a lawyer from our firm, your attorney will work directly with you throughout the course of your case and will keep you informed of your case’s progress. We communicate in plain English and try to return any missed calls within 24 hours.

Contact us at your earliest convenience to discuss your case with a lawyer through a free case evaluation!