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Is A Joint Injury Affecting Your Ability To Work?

Located in Inver Grove Heights and Brainerd, Minnesota, Nelson Law Office brings more than 35 years of experience in workers’ compensation law. We represent workers dealing with all types of on-the-job injuries, including joint injuries. Contact us for effective legal representation.

Joint Damage Work Accident Attorney

Joint damage can cause terrible pain and limit your ability to do your job. If you have suffered a work injury to any of the following, you may be entitled to workers’ compensation.

  • Shoulders
  • Knees
  • Hips
  • Elbows
  • Ankles

Many jobs require a lot of overhead reaching and lifting. This can put a great deal of strain on the shoulders. Over time, rotator cuff tears and strains can severely limit your mobility. In some cases, all it takes is a sudden twist or slip on the floor to cause serious damage to your knee, hip or ankle. You may have no other means of income, but you could be entitled to substantial workers’ compensation to make up some of your lost income.

Why You Need A Workers’ Comp Lawyer

Trying to navigate a workers’ compensation claim on your own can cause delays and ultimately deny you your rightful benefits. Instead, you should maximize your chances of a positive resolution to your case by retaining Gregg Nelson, one of Minnesota’s most reputable and well-established workers’ comp lawyers.

Free Consultations. Schedule Yours Today.

For a free consultation about your legal options regarding your joint injury, call 651-483-1520, or visit our contact page. Because Nelson Law Office works on a contingency basis, you don’t pay any legal fees until we have obtained benefits on your behalf.