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Oklahoma Construction Lifting Injury Lawyers

Construction work is known for its physical intensity and for the demands made on workers during the course of the typical workday. Regardless of a person’s specific role on a construction site, the physical space in which he or she works and the need to lift heavy objects can create conditions which increase the likelihood of sustaining lifting injuries. While lifting might not appear to pose any unusual danger, the fact is that it might harm anything from a person’s feet up to his neck.

If you have been hurt on the job, regardless of the cause, it may be appropriate for you to pursue financial compensation. This can be vital to ensuring you receive adequate medical care and payments to offset the effects of lost work time. Contact the Oklahoma construction lifting injury lawyers of the Abel Law Firm at 405-239-7046 to speak with a skilled and experienced attorney about your case.

Regions Affected by Lifting Injuries

Because proper lifting incorporates the entire body, there are many different injuries that may result from a momentary slip or overexertion. Repetitive lifting can also cause problems, even when the weight of the objects being lifted is fairly minimal. Some of the consequences of lifting accidents include:

  • Neck injuries
  • Shoulder injuries
  • Back or spinal cord injuries
  • Injuries to the arms, legs, elbows, hips, and knees

If you are a construction worker who has suffered a lifting-related injury, you may be eligible to receive compensation. Our Oklahoma construction lifting injury attorneys can help you efficiently pursue your case.

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We will fight for the full compensation that you are due for your work-related injuries. Contact the Oklahoma construction lifting injury lawyers of the Abel Law Firm at 405-239-7046 today.