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The Nomberg Law Firm
Birmingham Workers' Compensation, Personal Injury, and Social Security Disability Lawyers

We know that our clients are human beings. We understand they have placed their trust and confidence in us to represent them personally and professionally to either resolve their cases or to try them in court whenever and wherever necessary.  We are not afraid to carry out this mission as it is our chosen vocation; it is what we do. We are committed to our clients and to doing the right thing for them. See what our clients have to say about us

VIDEO: What is workers' compensation?

Worker' compensation, or workers' comp, provides benefits to employees injured while performing work-related functions. Most states hold employers strictly liable for workplace injuries but bar employees from bringing tort lawsuits against employers. Negligence on behalf of an employer is not an element of a workers' comp case. Employees need only demonstrate that they were injured on the job in order to receive benefits.

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Is there any time when I can sue my employer when I am injured on-the-job in Alabama?

Can a worker file a lawsuit against their employer for the injuries they sustained from a work-related accident in Alabama?

Can I pursue a lawsuit and claim workers' compensation in Alabama?

Can I sue my co-worker if his or her behavior contributed to my injury in a Alabama workers' compensation case?

Can I sue my employer or a co-employee in Alabama for careless and reckless behavior that caused me to incur a severe injury?

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BIRMINGHAM BAR ASSOCIATION'S WORKERS' COMPENSATION SECTION PROVIDES TWO MONTHS OF PRO BONO HELP

Members of the Birmingham Bar Association's Workers' Compensation Section, including Bernard and David Nomberg, volunteered in April and May at both the District Court and Domestic Relations Help Desks.  

DAVID NOMBERG INTERVIEWED FOR ARTICLE ABOUT ALABAMA'S OUTDATED CAP ON PERMANENT PARTIAL DISABILITY

David was recently interviewed by WorkCompCentral concerning the Alabama Workers' Compensation Act's severely outdated cap on permanent partial disability. 

THE FIRM'S JUNE/JULY 2014 NEWSLETTER

A compilation of news, case updates and blog entries from the Nomberg Law Firm.

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