Have you suffered an injury to your knee, shoulder, or other joint in the course of your job? What may seem at first to be a “mild sprain” can worsen, or may turn out to be more serious than you think. You should see a doctor immediately for any work-related knee injury or shoulder injury, and then contact The Klein Law Group, P.C. about a workers’ compensation claim.
New York Workers’ Compensation Attorney For Shoulder Injuries
We represent clients throughout New York City, Westchester County, and Long Island in initial applications for benefits, as well as appeals on behalf of employees turned down for workers’ compensation. We know from experience that a knee, shoulder, or joint injury can be debilitating, or even permanent if the employee returns to work and aggravates the condition.
The Klein Law Group, P.C. is familiar with the typical treatment and recovery paths for all types of knee injury and shoulder injuries:
Whether the injury occurred from a fall or accident, heavy lifting, or repetitive motion, you are covered under workers’ compensation and entitled to medical and cash benefits after 7 days off the job. We handle all workplace injuries, including back and neck injury, carpal tunnel / repetitive stress injury, and occupational disease including work-related stress disorders.
If you are denied reimbursement for arthroscopic surgery, MRI scans, osteoarthritis treatment, chiropractic or physical therapy, the experienced attorneys of The Klein Law Group, P.C. will aggressively protect your rights and fight the insurance company for your full coverage. We can also intervene if an Independent Medical Examiner determines that you should return to work and you disagree with the prognosis. We represent clients at Workers’ Compensation Board hearing to reverse the decision or work out a compromise, and will take your case all the way to trial if necessary.
Contact the knee injury and shoulder injuries attorneys of The Klein Law Group, P.C. for a free initial consultation. No recovery, no attorneys fees. Our international staff speaks Russian, Polish, Spanish and Chinese.