Workers’ Compensation for Shoulder Injuries
A shoulder injury can be debilitating. Recovery time is often extensive, making it next to impossible to perform everyday tasks, let alone job duties. If you suffered a shoulder injury while at work, whether due to repetitive stress or a single incident, you may be eligible for workers’ compensation benefits to cover medical bills and lost wages.
At Krasno Krasno & Onwudinjo, we’ve helped workers all over Pennsylvania obtain much-needed benefits as they deal with the difficulties and pain associated with a serious shoulder injury. Our attorneys know how to handle these cases within the state’s workers’ comp system and will work tirelessly to recover the benefits you deserve. It’s what we’ve done since 1936 for people in the same position you’re in now.
More than 12,000 Pennsylvania workers suffered on-the-job shoulder injuries in 2017 alone. It was our privilege to help some of them, and we want to help you, too.
Handling All Types Of Shoulder Injuries
If you hurt your shoulder at work, make sure you visit a doctor as soon as possible to obtain a proper diagnosis. If you need help locating a doctor, we would be happy to assist. A medical professional will be able to explain what you’re facing, no matter what type of should injury you sustained:
- Rotator cuff damage
- Should separation
- Joint tear
- Frozen shoulder
Any of these conditions, when suffered on the job, entitle you to workers’ compensation. Our lawyers are also available to help you pursue Social Security Disability benefits, should you be eligible.
What Caused Your Shoulder Injury?
Our award-winning team of workers’ comp attorneys has represented workers who suffered shoulder injuries in a wide range of circumstances, including:
- Vehicle accidents on the job
- Slip-and-falls and falls from height
- Repeated lifting or other motions
- Strenuous pushing, pulling, or lifting
Schedule A Free Initial Consultation To Discuss Your Shoulder Injury
Krasno Krasno & Onwudinjo handles all workers’ compensation cases on a contingency basis. This means you will not be charged attorney fees unless we recover damages. Your initial consultation is completely free as well.