Head, Neck & Back Injuries At Work

San Diego – Los Angeles Workers’ Compensation Blog

Do you have a concussion?
California workers like you face some dangers in the workplace. You may have plenty of safety precautions in place. But this does not mitigate every danger. This is why head, neck and back injuries still happen somewhat often. Some types of head injuries are more common than others. Concussions are among them. Mild to severe […]
On behalf of Mitchell Law Corporation
| July 21, 2020

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Did you get a concussion at work?
California workers like you want to attend your job in a safe environment. Unfortunately, hazards exist in every workplace. Not only that, but you cannot always predict or prevent accidents. This leads to potential injury. One of the most common types of injury at work are head, neck and back injuries. Of head injuries, concussions […]
On behalf of Mitchell Law Corporation
| June 18, 2020

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Can a head injury trigger mental health disorders?
California residents have to deal with long-lasting injury after crashes. Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is one type they may face. But how do TBIs affect a victim? In what way can they impact a life? Today, we will look at the impact TBIs have on someone’s mental health. We will look at the way TBIs […]
On behalf of Mitchell Law Corporation
| May 20, 2020

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What are major causes of back pain at work?
California workers often stress their backs doing their daily tasks. Back injuries make up a large chunk of work related injuries. Today we will examine some of the main causes of back pain and injury at work. By examining these causes, workers may predict potential sources of harm and danger. This can help workers stay […]
On behalf of Mitchell Law Corporation
| March 27, 2020

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