Valdosta Shoulder Injury Lawyer

The joints and muscles of the shoulder can be injured in a variety of ways, sometimes through an accident and sometimes through repetitive motion. If you sustained a shoulder injury at work, you may be limited in your ability to move your arm, and you may be unable to work. This can lead to serious hardship for you and your family.

Get the workers' compensation benefits your family needs. Call 229-269-4947 or 888-878-0491 to discuss your case in a free consultation.

Help With Wage Loss And Medical Expenses

Workers' compensation laws require many employers to provide wage replacement benefits and medical benefits to employees who have been hurt at work. These benefits may cover your wage loss and medical expenses if your injury involves:

  • Tingling, numbness or pain
  • A torn rotator cuff or another shoulder injury related to lifting
  • A torn tendon in the shoulder
  • Damage from pulling or pushing
  • Operating machinery or using power tools
  • Stress from loading a truck
  • A warehouse injury
  • A construction or manufacturing accident

We Can Help You Get The Benefits You Deserve

The Valdosta shoulder injury attorneys of Closson, Bass & Tomberlin have helped many injured workers deal with damage to their shoulders. We recognize that shoulder injuries can take a long time to heal. We understand the challenges of workers' comp claims. We know how to get maximum settlements for our clients.

We know that many employers and their insurance companies will fight legitimate workers' comp claims in order to save money. Our lawyers are very familiar with their tactics, and we have effective tactics of our own. If we represent you, we will fight hard for your rights and make sure you are treated fairly.

Contact A Lowndes County Repetitive Lifting Injury Attorney

Contact us at 229-269-4947 or 888-878-0491 for a free consultation with a Valdosta shoulder injury attorney. We can answer your questions about your eligibility for Georgia workers' comp benefits and help you understand your legal rights.