You Can Have An Experienced Workers’ Compensation Lawyer Work For You

workers compensation attorney birmingham alabamaWork injuries can be detrimental to your financial security and peace of mind. If you’ve been injured on the job or denied workers’ compensation benefits, you need to contact an attorney who is named 2017 B-Metro Magazine Top Attorneys2016 BHM BIZ Top Lawyers and 2016 Mid-South Super Lawyers. Injured workers deserve to collect the compensation they deserve when being injured on the job or even outside the job in the parking lot of the company’s business. It’s important to have a top lawyer in the area of workers’ compensation.

Since 1967, The Nomberg Law Firm has represented men and women of Alabama who are injured on the job. The workers’ compensation laws in Alabama are difficult to learn and there are many rights the injured worker must be made aware of while going through a difficult time. With a combined more than sixty years of experience, the lawyers in our Firm proudly assist these hardworking folks to make sure their rights are adhered to and a fair resolution to their claim is reached.

Workers’ compensation was designed to pay workers for their injuries on the job without determining who was at fault. This situation is no longer the case. The employer pays a great deal of money for their premiums and they will attempt to limit any payouts on their policy. Denying workers’ compensation claims can lead to legal action in court which requires Birmingham’s best attorneys to win for you.

Alabama workers’ compensation pays out some of the lowest amounts in the United States. A Birmingham workers’ compensation attorney can maximize the amount you receive for the injury you received. When you have been injured on the job you should not be afraid to report to your employer that you’ve been hurt. It is important to seek medical care immediately. It is important that you file the claim in writing. When you wait for several hours or a day or two, your employer can claim you did not become injured on the job. Even if your injury is minor, it is important to report it in case it turns into a major problem. Your employer is not required to pay your wages until they are notified of your injury.

When you try to represent yourself in a claim, your results will not be the same as when you hire one of Birmingham Magazine’s Top Attorneys. They will navigate through the system for you and fight for everything you’re legally entitled to. Your job and your future depend on obtaining the best outcome possible in your workers’ compensation case.

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Significant Cases

David settled a North Alabama workers’ compensation case for $350,000. In addition to the significant lump sum payment, the settlement requires the employer and its workers’ compensation carrier to pay for lifetime medical benefits for our client. Our client was employed for more than twenty years for a company that builds manufactured homes. While performing his regular job duties, our client injured his spine paralyzing him from the waist down. He is confined to a wheelchair. The settlement, which was approved by the Circuit Court Judge, was a very good result for a deserving client.


David settled a workers’ compensation case for $300,000.  Our client was injured while performing his job duties and is paralyzed as a result of the work accident.  The favorable settlement requires the employer to pay for his future medical needs for his lifetime. This was a significant settlement for a most-deserving client.  This case was filed in Marshall County, Alabama.


David settled a workers’ compensation claim for $265,000.  Our client was injured when a metal panel weighing about 1,400 pounds fell on him.  Our client suffered significant permanent injuries resulting in head, neck and ankle surgeries. Our client has made significant improvements but the injuries will prevent him from working again.  The accident occurred in Iowa and our client lives in Georgia, but the employer is based in Alabama.  The settlement was approved by the court in December.  This was a most significant settlement for a deserving client. The employer will be responsible for paying for our client’s medical treatment resulting from the accident for his lifetime.


Bernard was able to secure a $200,000 settlement for a client who was injured in Greenville, Mississippi. He was working for a cell tower installation company. The client was walking back to his truck in the pouring rain when his work boots got stuck in deep mud causing him to fall and hit the back of his head on his flatbed truck. From this accident the client injured multiple discs in his neck. After multiple surgeries that required permanent hardware installed to fuse the bones, the client underwent months of rehabilitation and physical therapy. We are very pleased at the settlement terms for this unfortunate client.


Bernard settled a case for a South Carolina man who was working in Jefferson County when he suffered an on the job serious injury. He was lifting a heavy sheet of metal when he felt a pop in his lower back. At the time he was working for a local transportation company. Several surgeries later our client was declared unfit to continue working in any capacity. Bernard settled the workers’ compensation case for $245,000 plus future medical care.


David settled a workers’ compensation case pending in Shelby County, Alabama for $177,500. The employer is responsible for our client’s future medical needs related to her on the job accident. Our client fell at work, injuring her shoulder and arm, resulting in two surgical procedures. The injury is most significant rendering our client’s right arm paralyzed. As a result of her injuries, our client could no longer perform her job duties. Her injuries resulted in her being disabled pursuant to the Social Security Administration.


Our client was injured in a car accident in Louisiana while on his way to a work site in Texas. Our client is paralyzed from the waist down. David began representing him in December 2012. In February 2013, David settled his workers’ compensation claim for $230,000. His employer will be responsible for his future medical needs for his lifetime. We are also assisting our client with filing for Social Security disability benefits. This case was brought in Shelby County, Alabama.


David settled workers’ compensation case for $150,000.00 for a client injured at work. Our client worked in the lumber industry for over thirty years, but due to his injuries and permanent work restrictions he can no longer perform this line of work. He is disabled pursuant to the Social Security Administration due to the injuries sustained in the accident. Six months after filing the claim in court, the claim settled at mediation for $150,000 with the employer/workers’ compensation carrier being responsible for our client’s future medical care related to the on-the-job accident.  The settlement, which was approved by the Circuit Court Judge, was a very good result for a deserving client. This case was filed in Madison County, Alabama.


David represented a man whose head was crushed between two pipes. On the day before the workers’ compensation trial was set to begin, the case settled for $170,000 with the company responsible for his future medical needs. This case was filed in Mobile County, Alabama.


David settled a workers’ compensation claim in Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama on behalf of a nurse for $220,000 with her former employer responsible for her future medical benefits.


David settled a workers’ compensation lawsuit in Houston County, Alabama. Shortly after filing suit, the case settled for $150,000 with the employer responsible for paying for future medical treatment related to the on the job accident. Our client was a thirty-four year employee for a Wiregrass manufacturer. While performing his regular job duties, our client injured his back resulting in back surgery. He can no longer perform his regular job duties and was released by the employer. In addition to the significant lump sum payment, the settlement requires the workers’ compensation carrier to pay for lifetime medical benefits for our client.


David settled a Dallas County workers’ compensation claim for $236,389 with the employer/workers’ compensation carrier being responsible for our client’s future medical care related to the on-the-job accident.  Our client suffered career-ending injuries when he was involved in a tractor-trailer accident   Our client suffered serious injuries to his head as well as internal injuries.  This was an outstanding result for a most-deserving client.