Knee, Shoulder & Joint Injuries

In very similar ways that workers sustain back and neck injuries, knee, shoulder, and other partly joint injuries are quite common across California. Proving that the workplace was directly responsible for these type of strains or ongoing medical problems presents a challenge. Luckily, the California Workers Compensation Lawyers has the experts you need to see you through the claim process.

These types of joint injuries can occur due to a traumatic experience or accident, but primarily focus on stress-related damage due to repetitive use. If you are on a job for many years, and you use your knees or elbows specifically for that job on a regular basis, the joints and cartilage protecting them will wear down over time. Insurance companies will attempt to show that you could have sustained the same problems playing tennis on the weekends or from simply getting older.

An expert workers’ compensation attorney knows how to gather all the necessary facts to present strong evidence of the employer’s responsibility in the matter. For these types of claims, extensive record-keeping, medical treatment, and outside verification from fellow employees can help.

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  • Thank you Jay and Peter!! you guys were so helpful you turned my bad experience into a great one! All the staff were so patient with me when I didnt understand the process and were always there to answer my questions. Great team of people i highly recommend!


    by S.R. February, 2019.

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