Shoulder & Knee Injuries

Shoulder and knee injuries can lead to long-term and disabling conditions for workers. At the law office of Richard D. Director in Whitehall, our attorneys understand what you are going through and can help you during this difficult time.

The debilitating effects of shoulder and knee injuries can be difficult to bear. However, workers' compensation benefits can help pay for your medical treatment and lost wages. Working with an attorney who is a Workers' Compensation Law Certified Specialist in Pennsylvania can go a long way when it comes to your workers' compensation claim. We understand the importance of getting the appropriate treatment, which is why we work hard to make sure your claim is being handled correctly.

The Description Of Your Injury And Why It Matters

Insurance companies do not always accurately describe or define your injury. This can significantly affect the type of medical treatment and benefits you receive. If your injury is only described as a strain or sprain, it can be difficult for you to receive more serious treatments.

Our lawyers understand medical terminology and will review your claim to make sure your shoulder or knee injury is correctly defined. In some cases, we may need to get a better description of the injury to make sure you get the best possible treatment and benefits from your claim.

At our law firm, we care about helping you recover from your workplace injury. We are dedicated to providing personal service and protecting your rights in the workplace. To help you get the best available treatment or benefits, we may recommend that you receive a second opinion or that you settle your workers' compensation claim so you are no longer tied to what the insurance company tells you to do.

Contact Us

Every claim is unique, and the strategy we take depends on a variety of factors. Our attorneys will carefully review all aspects of your case to help you get the best outcome. We offer free initial consultations and charge no fees unless we win. To schedule an initial consultation, contact us online or call us at 484-619-2949.