When people in California are preparing to try a new exercise or movement for the first time, they are automatically at a higher risk of experiencing an injury. Their ability to protect themselves depends on how much attention they put into preparing to try something new, as well as their willingness to seek instruction from sources that can provide valuable suggestions for completing the exercise safely and effectively.
When people in California experience a back injury, it could be the result of a car accident, repetitive stress at work or improperly lifting an object. Despite the cause, dealing with an injury that causes intermittent or continual pain can be discouraging and cause people to lose hope that they will recover and be able to resume their normal activities. While recovering from their injury is an important task alone, staying motivated during that time is also critical for people to be able to heal successfully.
Every day, people who are employed in many different fields find themselves on the road as part of their job duties. Those who drive large trucks, delivery trucks or taxis may become involved in a work-related traffic crash. It is important to understand that many other fields may involve the risk of a traffic accident for workers in Los Angeles and all across California. For example, someone who is part of a road construction crew may be hit by a vehicle, or someone who works in an office could be struck by a reckless driver while they are running an errand.
Californians afflicted with carpal tunnel syndrome may experience symptoms in their hands such as weakness, numbness/tingling or loss or coordination. According to the Mayo Clinic, several factors can contribute to the development of CTS. For example, women are more likely than men to develop CTS, and the condition often occurs during pregnancy. Other medical conditions, such as thyroid disease, kidney failure, rheumatoid arthritis, neurological conditions or menopause, can also play a part in the development of CTS. People who are obese also face a greater risk.
If you have rheumatoid arthritis, you know that some days you can move freely, with no joint issues and on other days the pain is debilitating. At the Disability Rights Law Center, we understand that you may need financial assistance to help pay for physical therapy to treat your RA. We have helped many California residents get Social Security disability and Supplemental Security Income benefits to help them get the care they need.
You have suffered a recent injury that has left you learning to cope with a new physical disability. As you start the process of healing and learning how to function with your new limitation, you will also be faced with the task of overcoming emotional setbacks as you create new goals for yourself and accept your new situation. At Disability Rights Law Center, we have helped many people in California to get compensation in circumstances where their personal injury was the result of some kind of accident.
As the victim of a traumatic brain injury in California, you have spent significant time in rehabilitation to help you relearn important skills. You are learning to cope with limitations you may not have experienced before and are doing your best to thrive despite the changes that have occurred. Recently, you have decided to return to work. This time can be both exciting and terrifying at the once. However, when you understand what your rights are, you can be aware of the treatment you should receive to help you be successful in your career.
At the Disability Rights Law Center in California, we often help injured people review their cases and file for Social Security disability benefits. If you have recently suffered an amputation, you may have visited the SSA website in hopes of identifying whether your situation qualifies for disability benefits.
As you have gotten older, new aches and pains in your back have developed that make it hard for you to live your life in California as you used to. Maybe the pain is constant, or maybe it comes and goes, or affects you only during certain activities, such as standing up and sitting down. Regardless, it is seriously affecting how you function. We at the Disability Rights Law Center often advise people whose lives are changed because of back pain from degenerative disc disease.