Charlotte Hand, Arm and Shoulder Injuries Lawyers
Focused on Securing the Workers' Compensation Benefits You Deserve
When people think of workers' comp-related injuries, they often picture factory accidents or something going terribly wrong with a piece of machinery. Although hand, arm and shoulder injuries certainly occur in these situations, they are just as likely to occur in office settings and retail stores where repetitive motion injuries are common.
For more than 20 years, the Charlotte workers' comp attorneys at Ken Wayne & Associates have focused their practice solely on protecting the rights of injured workers. With more than 50 years of combined experience, they understand the intricacies associated with even the most complex workers' comp claim.
If you were involved in an accident at work or suffer from an occupational illness, contact our law firm for a free initial consultation. Our Charlotte hand, arm and shoulder injuries lawyers are prepared to put their knowledge to work for you.
Understanding Workers' Comp and Hand, Arm and Shoulder Injuries
An injury to your hand, arm or shoulder can be extremely limiting in all you do. Driving may be difficult and dangerous. Carrying or lifting items could be out of the question. Typing can become next to impossible. You simply cannot perform your job to the level you once did.
The more disabling your injury is to your work performance, the more you will need to rely on workers' comp benefits to see you through to recovery, or classification as permanently disabled. Your employer and their insurance company may be pushing you to accept fewer benefits than you deserve. This is where we come in.
As a workers' compensation law firm, we carefully examine your claim to help you understand the full value of the benefits you deserve. If your claim has already been denied, we will work with you to pursue an appeal. We have successfully secured the benefits our clients need in hand, arm and shoulder injury claims, involving:
- Bursitis or tendonitis
- Dislocated shoulders
- Rotator cuff tears
- Nerve damage
- Wrist, arm or elbow fractures
- Traumatic amputations
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome/ repetitive motion injuries
- Crush injuries
Contact a Gaston County Workers' Comp Lawyer
Don't go up against an adversary such as your employer or their insurance company alone. Consult the attorneys at Ken Wayne & Associates. We are prepared to help.
Contact our Charlotte law firm today for a free initial consultation about your workers' compensation case.
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