Indianapolis Workers Comp Injury Attorney
With physically demanding jobs there is the risk of suffering a workplace joint-related injury. Professionals who work in labor-intensive jobs can suffer injuries to knees, shoulders, and other joints. These injuries can be very painful, affect mobility, and impact the ability to work. Joint injuries can require physical therapy, extensive rehabilitation, or even joint replacement surgery. Attorney Charles Carlock, an experienced workers’ compensation lawyer, guides clients through the claim, and if needed, the litigation process. Charlie helps Indiana workers receive adequate worker's compensation so they may continue to provide for themselves and their families.
Common Careers For Joint, Kee and Shoulder Injuries:
Common Types Of Joint Injuries:
- Rotator cuff (shoulder)
- Broken bones
- Broken collar bone
- Meniscus tear (knee)
- ACL/MCL knee tears
- Strains & sprains
- Degeneration of joints
- Damage to muscles, ligaments, and tendons from overuse
- Chronic inflammation
- Hip & elbow
Making Sure Injured Workers Are Protected
Employers are required to provide workers' compensation coverage for their injured employees according to Indiana law. If you are injured on the job, your medical bills and lost income should be covered. Additional benefits may include payment for permanent physical injuries, out-of-pocket expenses, and coverage for future medical and income needs. If you’ve had a joint-related injury at work, email or call attorney Charles Carlock today. He is here to help you with your workers' compensation claims.