Shoulder & Joint Injuries
Get the Benefits, Medical Care and Rehabilitation Therapy You Deserve
The ability to use one’s hands, arms and legs is central to a person’s ability to perform work tasks, for office workers as well as those in manual occupations. If you have suffered an injury to your hands, elbows, shoulders or knees while on the job, you may never recover full functionality of those limbs without proper medical care. You should speak with an experienced workers’ compensation attorney about your case.
Workers’ Compensation and Personal Injury Lawyers in Philadelphia
At Cherry Injury Law, we have decades of experience and a record of success in cases involving shoulder and joint injuries. Our firm represents injured workers in cases involving:
- Torn ligaments, including ACL, MCL and PCL ligament tears
- Rotator cuff injuries
- Dislocated shoulders and separated shoulders
- Torn cartilages
- Fractures and broken bones
- Other injuries to the shoulders, arms, elbows and knees
About Shoulder and Joint Injuries
Shoulder injuries in the workplace are commonly caused by lifting or carrying, pulling levers, operating equipment or working in stressful positions. They can be the result of a single traumatic event or repetitive stress to muscles, tendons or joints.
Some injuries to the shoulders and joints can heal sufficiently to enable you to resume your assigned work activities. In these cases, we work diligently to help our clients get the medical care, rehabilitation therapy and temporary disability benefits they deserve. People who suffer certain other injuries however, such as torn rotator cuffs, never recover full functionality in their shoulders or arms. In these situations, we work hard to help clients obtain permanent disability benefits.
Your workers’ compensation insurance company may try to ascribe your injury to a pre-existing condition or recreational activity. Our lawyers are skilled at developing and presenting evidence demonstrating that our clients’ injuries were the result of work activities.
Cherry Injury Law, will work with determination to help you get all of the benefits, medical care and rehabilitation therapy you deserve.
Contact an Attorney
Contact Cherry Injury Law, today for a free consultation with an experienced shoulder and joint injury attorney. We have offices in Media and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.