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Shoulder Injury

Shoulder Injury Lawyers

Have you sustained a shoulder injury at work due to lifting, a slip and fall, a work related car accident, repetitive trauma or an equipment accident? If so, you may qualify for benefits and financial compensation according to workers’ compensation laws in the state you work in and where the injury occurred. You should speak with an experienced workers’ compensation lawyer handling shoulder injury claims such as bone spurs, bursitis, rotator cuff tears and tendinitis.

The workers’ compensation attorneys¬†help those injured in an accident due to another’s negligence or carelessness. Our team of workers’ comp injury lawyers focus their practice on personal injury litigation and workers’ compensation litigation. They are experienced in handling all workers comp injury claims including mild, moderate, severe catastrophic injuries, and fatal injuries. In addition to specializing in various types of accidents they are also very familiar regarding the types of injuries that can be sustained as a result of these accidents.¬† Contact them here for a free initial consultation. Serving the entire country including Austin, Anaheim, Wilmington, Charlotte, Memphis, Nashville, Atlanta, Tampa, Syracuse, Albany, Newark, Tulsa, El Paso, San Diego and Seattle.

Shoulder Region Anatomy

The shoulder, being the most movable joint in the body is often susceptible to injuries when an accident occurs. The shoulder is also a rather unstable joint due to the varying degrees of range of motion allowed. In addition, the shoulder socket is smaller than the upper arm it holds. The shoulder region needs to be anchored by muscles and connective tissue to remain stable. Being in an accident involving trauma to the shoulder can compromise the overall stability of the shoulder girdle. A skilled and experienced shoulder injury lawyer can help you if you have suffered an injury to the shoulder, shoulder girdle or shoulder region.

Types of Accidents Involving Shoulder Injuries

Shoulder injuries can occur as a result of various types of accidents such as car accidents, truck accidents and motorcycle accidents. The shoulder is also susceptible to injury during a slip and fall accident, workplace injuries and blunt force trauma. Different types of accidents can injure the shoulder and its various parts in different ways. This is due to variables such as the type of trauma and angle of impact or force. The workplace injury attorneys at our firm have the knowledge to assist you with your shoulder injury claim. In addition, they are able to predict any complications that may arise in the future as a result of the injury. This is important in assessing the true value of your claim and getting you compensation for lost wages, medical bills and pain and suffering.

Shoulder Region Injuries

Muscle Tears




Rotator Cuff Injuries


Nerve Damage

No matter what type of shoulder injury you suffered at work please contact our skilled workers’ compensation lawyers for a free consultation. They charge no fees if they do not win for you.

Healing After A Shoulder Injury

The healing process after a shoulder injury can vary from person to person depending on age, type of injury and severity of injury. Some shoulder injuries heal somewhat quickly and never cause pain to the victim again. Other victims can have residual pain that lingers long after the initial injury. Sometimes, this discomfort can last a lifetime. Further, some shoulder injuries may need long periods of time to heal in addition to therapeutic treatments. Other shoulder injuries may call for arthroscopic or some other invasive procedure. Regardless of the type of injury it may make sense to consult with a Shoulder Girdle Injury Lawyer regarding any compensation you may be entitled to.

Contact A Shoulder Injury Liability Lawsuit Lawyer

Let our team of workers’ comp attorneys work around the clock to get you the benefits, medical attention and financial compensation you deserve. With free consults and their no fee guarantee there is no reason not to call.

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