Construction, Plumbing Contractor
Back and Spine Injury - back pain and herniated disc resulting in spinal fusion
A plumbing contractor in Indianapolis hurt his back while installing a fiberglass bathtub. He had a herniated disc that required a spinal fusion surgery and later a morphine pump for pain control. The insurance adjuster hindered his medical treatment. Charles Carlock, a workers' compensation lawyer, filed an application with the Indiana Worker's Compensation Board and ultimately acquired a lump-sum monetary settlement for the client as well as a fully funded Medicare Set-Aside (MSA) account for all of his future medical needs.
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I've used Mr. Carlock for two separate workers compensation claims. 1st in 2007 for a minor back injury. Mr. Carlock was able to settle my claim in an extremely timely manner. As well as getting my medical bills and lost wages covered. The second time, 10 years later, I severely injured my back resulting in multiple surgeries, multiple specialists, and being put on Social Security disability. Through this process I found Indiana has some of the worst worker's compensation laws in the country. They usually protect the employer more often than the employees. That's why it's so important that (YOU) protect yourself and retain the absolute best (Mr. Charles Carlock) legal counsel in Indiana.
-B. Steele, Plumber