Gain An Advocate After A Knee, Shoulder Or Wrist Injury
Many workers suffer knee, shoulder and wrist injuries. While these injuries may occur as a result of a sudden accident, they may also result from daily work tasks that involve repetitive muscle movement. Such injuries are commonly referred to as repetitive trauma injuries or repetitive stress injuries. Injuries resulting from either sudden accidents or repetitive trauma give rise to workers’ compensation claims in Ohio. Workers may also obtain compensation for the substantial aggravation of a preexisting injury to the knee, shoulder or wrist.
There are many types of accidents that can occur at work that cause shoulder, knee and wrist injuries, including:
- Broken kneecap (patellar fracture)
- Other patellar injuries, including burst bursa
- Damage to the knee ligaments (ACL, PCL, MCL, LCL)
- Tears in the meniscus or knee cartilage
- Repetitive stress injuries, including carpal tunnel syndrome
- Wrist strains and sprains
- Fractures to the numerous bones in the wrist
- Tears in the rotator cuff of the shoulder
- Dislocation of the shoulder or collarbone
- Joint dislocations, tendon tears, ligament ruptures and other joint injuries
We are here to help in the event you have suffered any of these or other types of injuries at work. Reach out to Philip J. Fulton Law Office in Columbus, Ohio. We represent clients throughout Ohio in seeking workers’ compensation after a workplace accident.
Experienced Attorneys Working For You
Our attorneys have helped thousands of injured workers, so you can be confident that you will receive the sound advice and experienced representation you require as a client of our firm. We have extensive experience handling initial claims and workers’ compensation appeals.
We take great pride in the standard of excellence we set for ourselves, in the service we provide and in the close working relationships we develop with the people we represent. We strive to obtain maximum workers’ compensation benefits for each client we serve. As a client of our firm, you will have a strong advocate on your side.
Contact Our Ohio Workplace Injury Lawyers
We charge no fees unless we recover workers’ compensation benefits for you. To schedule a free consultation with a Columbus knee, shoulder and wrist injury attorney at our firm, call us at 614-963-9569. You may also reach us by email.