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Providing Help For Shoulder Injury Victims
Rotator cuff injuries, shoulder injuries and other joint injuries are common. They occur as a result of auto accidents, slip-and-fall or trip-and-fall accidents or worksite accidents. They also frequently start out as minor injuries. Our experience is that these minor injuries can result in increased pain as time goes on. It is important to seek help immediately and to document your injuries and your pain as time progresses.
None of us want to admit that we may have chronic pain. In fact, it is human nature to ignore pain as much as possible. The best advice we can give you right now: Do not ignore your pain and do not suffer in silence.
Assessing Your Injuries And Your Potential Claim For Recovery
At Marcotte Law Firm, one of our lawyers will meet with you to discuss your situation, from how your rotator cuff injury occurred, to the pain you are experiencing, to the extent of medical treatment you have received. We have over 150 years of combined legal experience representing individuals suffering from various personal injuries. We know what to look for and how to proceed to seek the best possible recovery.
There are many times when torn rotator cuff injuries and other joint injuries heal with time and proper treatment. However, other times those injuries can become debilitating. When this happens, you will need a skilled lawyer by your side to get a full recovery.
Insurance Companies Do Not Have Your Interests In Mind
Insurance companies do their best to avoid making fair payouts. Our attorneys hold insurance companies responsible when securing compensation for the past, current and future losses caused by your rotator cuff or another shoulder injury, including:
- Medical bills
- Rehabilitative care
- Past lost wages
- Future wage losses
- Pain and suffering
If your insurance company has already provided you with an offer, discuss that offer with one of our skilled lawyers. It is always better to understand your options before making any final decisions about an insurance claim settlement.