Injured Shoulder Or Rotator Cuff?

Arm, neck and shoulder injuries make many types of movement (including turning) difficult and painful. If you work in an industry where you are required to make many arm movements and use your arms and shoulders to lift, an injury can prevent you from working entirely.

The attorneys at Fay & Associates LLC are ready to represent your interests if you have suffered an on-the-job injury. Our Minneapolis-Saint Paul law firm is dedicated to representing people who have been injured in workplace accidents and those who have been injured as the result of another person's negligent behavior.

Getting Treatment For Rotator Cuff Injuries

Shoulder injuries that are left untreated can become serious and even require surgical procedures to correct. Tears in the shoulder muscles (such as rotator cuff tears) often require months to fully recover and need to be cared for properly in order to prevent further injuries, including re-tearing the muscle.

Movement of the shoulder and arm are restricted during the recovery process of a rotator tear. If your injury occurred on the job, you may be entitled to workers' compensation benefits. If you are entitled to benefits, it is important you work with a lawyer to ensure that your rights are protected and that you do not jeopardize your claim.

Work With A Team That Has Experience And Can Guide You Through The Process

We work with clients facing a number of different injuries, including everything ranging from back and neck injuries to amputations. Our attorneys work hands-on with clients throughout the process of obtaining benefits, getting treated by a doctor of your choosing and more. The sooner you come to the lawyers at Fay & Associates LLC, the sooner we can assess the details of your workplace accident and help you get onto the right path for your work injury claim.

Contact Our Firm — Your First Consultation Is Free

To schedule a meeting, please call 800-411-PAIN. Remember, we do not charge for the first consultation. You can also contact us by completing a short contact form online. We are available to schedule meetings at a time and place that is most convenient for you.