Shoulder Injury

Rode Law Firm Sept. 25, 2020

A shoulder injury can involve surgery and many months of rehabilitation. Not having use of one arm can cause employment problems, trouble driving, inability to care for your family, and many more problems. If the shoulder injury was caused by someone else, either through an accident, negligence, or any other reason, you are entitled to compensation.

If you are injured in a fall, it is important to document the floor condition that caused your accident. That could include poor lighting, an uneven sidewalk or that wasn’t shoveled correctly, potholes, a substance on the floor, a loose manhole cover, and other obstacles. Make sure someone takes pictures of the place you fell. Report the incident to management and tell the personnel at the hospital exactly what made you fall.

Time Limitations

Certain injury claims have short time limitations. If you are interested in pursuing compensation from the responsible party, make sure you contact an attorney as soon as possible. He or she can tell you the time limitations in your case.

Types of Shoulder Injuries

There are many different injuries that can happen with a shoulder. Here are some of the more common injuries:

  • Rotator cuff tear

  • AC joint injury

  • Shoulder separation

  • Shoulder dislocation

  • Shoulder impingement syndrome

  • Labral tear

  • Bankart lesions

  • Slap tear

  • Clavicle fracture

  • AC separation

The attorneys at The Rode Law Firm understand these injuries and more. With over 50 years of combined experience in personal injury litigation, you can rest assured that you will be well represented in your case. If you have suffered a shoulder injury and you feel you’re entitled to compensation because of the negligence of another, you are entitled to compensation. Contact the Rode Law Firm. The consultation is free, and you pay no fees up front. If our attorneys don’t win your case, you owe us nothing!

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