Individuals who perform either or both heavy manual labor and repetitive lifting or overhead work are highly susceptible to shoulder injuries. Shoulder injuries cause a tremendous amount of pain and usually limit an injured worker in a variety of ways, such as preventing the worker from performing light activities such as putting on a shirt or a pair of pants to more strenuous activities at work such as lifting heavy objects and operating heavy equipment.
There are several types of shoulder injuries. Some shoulder injuries can be treated conservatively with physical therapy and pain medication; however, other shoulder injuries require surgery or even multiple surgeries.
The Bader Law Firm handles workers’ compensation cases involving both minor and major shoulder injuries. Some of these injuries include:
- Rotator Cuff Tears
- Shoulder Instability
- Biceps Tendon Tears
- Fractured Collarbones
- Displaced Shoulder Fractures
- Chronic Shoulder Dislocations
- Acromioclavicular Joint (AC Joint) Seperations
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We strongly recommend filing a claim as quickly as possible to avoid inadvertently overstepping the time limits. If you missed the applicable deadline in your case, or if you think you are close to missing it, we strongly recommend that you immediately contact a local workers’ compensation attorney to help you through the process. For a determined legal advisor in Atlanta, call Bader Law Firm, LLC.
Select a lawyer who is fully capable of meeting the claim deadlines, appealing claims, overcoming discrimination, filing third-party claims when appropriate, and handling any other issues that might arise and that might be applicable to your case. Our team is fully proficient in all of these areas. Contact our workers’ compensation lawyers in Atlanta today at 404-888-8888 for a free consultation.