Maximizing Your Recovery For Shoulder And Arm Injuries At Work
Arm injuries are among the most disabling. Imagine how many tasks you would no longer be able to do if you suffered a serious arm or shoulder injury. If your arm or shoulder has been injured on the job, you need careful medical treatment and a claim filed with your employer’s workers’ compensation insurance.
While workers’ compensation benefits are supposed to provide coverage for lost wages and medical care, all too often you may find yourself battling with an insurance company to obtain even the most basic care. Without effective legal representation, you may receive minimal benefits or have your claim entirely denied.
30 Years Of Experience Working For You
At Thill & Freeman, PLLC, our attorney has practiced workers’ compensation for decades. He understands the law, how to maximize benefits in your case and how to deal with insurer attempts to minimize or deny a claim. He represents injured workers every day and has seen virtually every type of workplace injury. Our attorney can help you with your arm or shoulder injury claim.
Sore Shoulder? Don’t Wait To Get It Checked Out.
Whether you have suffered a broken arm or a torn rotator cuff, never wait to have a doctor’s examination. Many people face a difficult battle when trying to get compensated for a shoulder or arm injury because they did not get examined by a doctor soon enough.
If you have a sore shoulder or your shoulder hurts when you move it, see a doctor immediately. Insurance companies frequently deny claims for shoulder injuries when workers wait too long before seeking medical help.
Why Choose Our Firm?
Our lawyer knows how Minnesota’s workers’ compensation system works and what it takes to maximize your benefit. His experience with these types of cases means that we can assess your medical records and identify where information is missing or where you have been improperly rated.
We also know how insurance companies work. We will not hesitate to take on an insurance company to ensure that you receive the benefits to which you are entitled under the law. Even if your initial claim was denied, we may still be able to help you recover benefits.