Shoulder injuries have the potential to be very painful, debilitating injuries for workers. Construction workers, manufacturing workers and others use their shoulders frequently every day at work to perform actions such as lifting, pulling and pushing. If a shoulder injury is affecting your ability to work, it is important to report your injury quickly, seek medical treatment and speak to an attorney about your rights.
At Black & Black, LLC, we have extensive workers' compensation experience in South Carolina. We provide our clients with personal attention, guiding them through the process as we seek the full benefits they are entitled to for their injuries. To speak with one of our lawyers about your shoulder injury, call us today at 864-558-8297 or toll free at 800-681-1931.
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As with other workplace injuries, you must report your injury to your employer within 90 days so the employer can arrange medical treatment for your injury. You are entitled to treatment for your injury, and if your injury is preventing you from working, you may be entitled to additional benefits to cover your lost wages and other damages.
When employers or their workers' compensation insurance carriers deny injuries or try to downplay their severity, we explore all options for proving the injury and obtaining rightful benefits for our clients. We use experts to demonstrate that our clients' occupations are responsible for their shoulder injuries and acquire evidence — including medical records, job descriptions and workplace footage — to bolster their claims.
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Contact us today for a free consultation with our Greenville shoulder injury attorneys.