Rotator Cuff Injury Lawyers
The shoulder region is comprised of various bones, muscles, tendons, ligaments and other types of connective tissue. One area of the shoulder that is susceptible to injury in an accident is the rotator cuff. The rotator cuff can be injured due to repetitive overhead motions such as hammering. It can also be torn due to severe trauma. An injured rotator cuff can be very painful and can set your life back on several levels. If you have suffered a rotator cuff injury at work it is in your best interest to speak with our experienced workers’ compensation lawyers regarding your rights.
Please contact our team of workers’ comp attorneys here to discuss your workplace rotator cuff injury claim. They offer free consult and will make sure that you get all benefits and compensation to which you are entitled. In addition, they charge no legal fees or costs andserve the entire United States: California, Texas, Florida, Pennsylvania, Ohio, New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Massachusetts and North Carolina.
Accidents Impacting The Rotator Cuff
Slip and fall accidents
Life After The Accident
Following an accident, whether it is an auto accident, slip and fall or workplace accident, your life may be very chaotic and you will face issues you did not face prior to being injured. You may be approached by the liable parties insurance company regarding a quick and easy lump sum settlement. They do not have your best interest in mind, or do they usually determine the full value of your claim. An experienced workers compensation attorney from our team will determine the total value of your claim by taking into account all relevant factors such as lost wages, property damage, medical expenses and, if applicable, pain and suffering.
Dealing with all of these issues can be a daunting task. By retaining a skilled workmans’ comp attorney to work on your behalf you will be able to focus on recovering, getting healthy and returning to work.
Contact Our Workers’ Compensation Lawyers
Our workers’ compensation lawyers have several decades experience handling accident cases throughout the entire country. Please contact them immediately to discuss filing your workers’ comp claim. You can email our workers’ compensation lawyers here.
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