Consequential Injuries and Workers Compensation
Injuries or disabilities that are the direct and natural consequence of a previous compensable injury are compensable. Medical causation is a key element here. A consequential injury is one in which the injury is a consequence of the admitted, compensable injury. For instance, a worker might sustain an injury to the right knee. The worker then relies on the left knee more than anticipated and more than the left knee can bear. A left knee problem develops. This is known as a consequential injury.
At Nelson Law Office, Gregg Nelson has been helping clients win their workers compensation claims for more than 30 years. He takes an aggressive stance for his clients. He will fight to help you get full and fair compensation for all of your losses, from wages or income to medical expenses, vocational rehabilitation, and benefits for permanent damage.