Compensation For Workplace Knee and Shoulder Injuries
For anyone who earns their living through physical labor, a shoulder or knee injury can be life-changing and a source of constant, severe pain. Many people who suffer these injuries do their best to carry on and keep working, uncertain of their futures and the benefits they are entitled to under Michigan workers’ compensation laws. Trying to “work through” a knee or shoulder injury is admirable, but often not practical.
Workers’ compensation insurance is in place to cover costs of medical care, lost wages and vocational rehabilitation. Claiming these benefits is part of your right to just treatment for working hard. To ensure those rights — and your personal and family well-being — are protected to the greatest possible extent, please contact us at the Adler Firm, PLLC, in Traverse City or Detroit.
Real Help for Hardworking People With Knee Injuries, Shoulder Injuries or Other Disabling Conditions
Practicing law since 1980, proven lawyer Barry Adler has the skill and determination to help you recover maximum benefits after a work injury. We have helped many people suffering from various musculoskeletal injuries including:
- Workplace knee injuries and shoulder injuries, caused by lifting, twisting, repetitive use or other activity and often requiring surgery or long-term rest and rehabilitation
- Other limb injuries, including damage to the elbow, wrist, hand, ankle or foot — all of which can be serious enough to require weeks, months or years of medical care and time off work
No Attorney Fees Unless We Take on Your Case and Obtain Benefits for You
Whether you were injured on your job as an auto worker, factory worker, construction worker or office employee, you can call on our respected legal team for straight talk and aggressive defense of your rights. Unlike other workers’ compensation law firms that will step in only if your claim has been denied or is in dispute, we encourage you to call us for a free consultation and case evaluation as soon as you know you need to miss work for an extended period of time.