Hand, Arm And Shoulder Injuries Result From Many Types Of Work
Hand, arm and shoulder injuries historically were seen primarily in factory jobs and other manual labor positions such as meat cutters and workers on the line, but now other types of employees are showing signs of injury from repetitive use. From developing carpal tunnel syndrome from using a computer all day long to professionals in the medical field experiencing problems due to intensive use of their upper extremities, workers’ compensation claims are now being made in Kansas and Missouri from every type of occupation.
Ready To Help You Recover Compensation
My name is Tim Alvarez, and I am a Kansas City shoulder injuries lawyer ready to help you recover compensation that can be used to treat an arm, shoulder or hand injury you sustained during the course of employment. I routinely help people suffering from:
- Carpal tunnel and other wrist injuries
- Cubital tunnel syndrome
- Shoulder or torn rotator cuffs and other rotator cuff injuries
- Ulnar, radial and median nerve problems
In some instances, these bilateral upper extremity work injuries can be compensated as whole body injuries and may be worth more in benefits, especially in Kansas. If surgery is necessary to decompress specific nerves, I can make sure this is taken into account by insurance companies trying to determine the amount of workers’ comp benefits you can receive.
An Experienced Attorney Can Help You Get Treated Fairly
In fact, having a skilled attorney on your side from the very beginning can save you a lot of time and stress when it comes to getting a second opinion and fair compensation. It is essential to properly determine if your injury will result in a permanent restriction and prevent you from returning to your original job.
I can help you get the workers’ compensation benefits you deserve. Please contact me, attorney Tim Alvarez, for a free consultation today about your case. There are no upfront fees, and I only get paid if you recover. I can analyze your case to determine if you can also file a personal injury claim.
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