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You may suffer a minor or serious shoulder injury from a car accident, slip and fall, work-related incident, or some other type of event. Whatever happened, you should talk with a shoulder injury lawyer about your legal rights and options.
Shoulder injuries are often physically painful, and being unable to work, enjoy your hobbies, and participate with your family like you normally would can be an emotional experience. When another person is at fault for your injuries, you can pursue compensation through a personal injury or premises liability claim. If you were hurt at work and are covered by workers compensation insurance, then you may have a workers’ comp and third-party liability claim.
Our experienced NYC personal injury attorney at Michael J. Redenburg, Esq. PC will carefully review your circumstances and advise you of your options. If you have a valid claim for compensation, we will help you pursue a fair financial recovery. Call us today at 212-240-9465 to schedule a free, in-office consultation and get the wheels of justice spinning for you today!
Our attorneys are here to help you pursue full and fair compensation after experiencing a:
The rotator cuff is several muscles and tendons surrounding the shoulder joint. It keeps the top of your arm bone inside the shoulder socket. In a traumatic accident, you can suffer a full or partial tear of the rotator cuff. This injury can be diagnosed through X-rays, ultrasounds, and MRIs. If you did not experience a full tear, you may need rest and physical therapy. In some cases, steroid injections may be used to provide temporary help. In extreme cases, you may require rotator cuff surgery to repair the tear. Other surgical procedures are tendon transfer and shoulder replacement. You should contact us right away to talk about seeking a rotator cuff injury settlement from the at-fault party.
The labrum is fibrocartilage that is attached to the rim of the shoulder socket and helps keep the joint in place. A labral tear is when this piece of cartilage is torn, which can result from aging, repetitive motion, or a one-time traumatic event. X-rays, MRI, and arthroscopy are used to diagnose this condition. Treatment may include rest and physical therapy. In the most severe cases, surgery may be required. Contact a shoulder injury lawyer today to discuss pursuing a shoulder labral tear settlement.
A shoulder dislocation occurs when the bone of the upper arm pops out of the should socket. Signs of a dislocated shoulder injured swelling and bruising, intense pain, reduced mobility or inability to move the joint, and a visible deformity of the shoulder. The dislocation can also cause weakness, tingling, and numbness in the neck and down the arm. Treating the injury requires a physician to move the bone back into the joint, followed by rest and treating the swelling and inflammation. Surgery may be required if the dislocation is nerves, blood vessels, muscles, ligaments, or tendons are also damaged.
Shoulder injuries can occur in a wide range of circumstances. Those arising due to another person’s negligence often happen during:
If you are suffering from a shoulder injury that you believe was someone else’s fault, do not hesitate to call us. Through a personal injury claim, we can seek to prove the other person’s carelessness, recklessness, or intentional misconduct caused you harm. We also will prove the type and extent of your injury and the resulting financial expenses and costs.
Through the insurance claim process or litigation, we will demand you receive fair compensation for your:
If you were injured in an accident at work, or you were diagnosed with a shoulder injury related to your work duties, we recommend calling a shoulder injury lawyer as soon as possible. You may be able to file a lawsuit against the at-fault party if they are not employed by the same business.
If you were injured at work but the accident was caused by someone from outside of your employer, then you may have a third-party liability claim. When someone other than a co-worker or supervisor is at fault, then you can file a lawsuit against that at-fault party. This type of claim is separate from a workers’ comp claim and compensation.
At our personal injury law firm, we can protect your best interests and work on your behalf to seek the maximum compensation you deserve. Call now for free, in-office consultation by reaching out at 212-240-9465. We work on a contingency fee basis meaning there are no upfront fees due. Costs of legal representation will be taken out of the amount awarded to you through a successful verdict or settlement.