South Carolina Knee and Arm Injury Claims
If you have suffered any type of knee or arm injury at work, no matter how minor it may seem, it is essential that you see a doctor about it immediately. What starts as an apparently mild injury can grow into an extremely serious condition that may keep you away from work for extended periods of time.
Any injury that happened on the job entitles you to workers' compensation benefits. Unfortunately, employers will do anything they can to avoid responsibility for your injuries. They will try to prove that the injury is not work related so they don't have to pay on your claim. In cases like these, it is important that you have strong representation from a qualified South Carolina workers' compensation attorney.
Workplace Knee Injuries
Knee injuries at work can range from a simple sprain to a torn ACL or MCL. Regardless of the severity of the injury, you are entitled to workers' comp benefits. At the law firm of Kathryn Williams, P.A., we have represented clients in a variety of knee injury cases, including broken knee caps, repetitive strain injuries from heavy lifting, injuries from falls and others.
On-the-Job Arm Injuries
The use of your arms is an essential part of being able to perform the vast majority of jobs. If your suffered an arm injury on the job, you should speak to one of our workers' compensation lawyers immediately. We have experience handling cases involving crush injuries, muscle strains and tears, broken bones and many others.
Whether you need therapy, surgery or more extensive treatment, we will work to ensure that your medical bills are covered and that you receive the benefits you need.
Discuss Your Case With a Lawyer
Contact our office today for a free initial consultation about your knee or arm injury. In Greenville, you can reach us by phone at 864-640-8430. In upstate South Carolina, call us toll free at 1-877-548-8754. You can also reach us via e-mail. There are no up-front attorney's fees — we are paid from any benefits we secure on your behalf. If we don't recover benefits for you, there is no fee.