Work-Related Arm, Hand And Shoulder Injuries
Since 1992, attorney Mark A. Skibiel has represented Georgia residents whose jobs involve frequent lifting and equipment and machinery use. Work-related arm, hand and shoulder injuries can result from sudden job site accidents or repetitive tasks over several years.
On-the-job injuries prevent nurses, warehouse employees, delivery drivers, construction workers and many other professionals from working in their chosen field. The physical damage done results in a loss of strength and range of motion, severely affecting the ability to perform what were once everyday tasks.
Helping Injured Workers Overcome The Barriers They Face
At Skibiel Law, we provide a high level of dedicated and diligent legal advocacy for our clients who have suffered work-related upper extremity injuries that include:
- Arm fractures
- Elbow fractures
- Wrist fractures
- Crush injuries
- Ligament tears
- Nerve damage from lacerations and vibration injuries
- Dislocated/separated shoulders
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Repetitive motion/stress injuries
Since employers and insurance companies often challenge injury claims, employees need legal help to overcome these objections and obstacles. Attorney Mark A. Skibiel fights to even the odds that hardworking Jonesboro and Duluth residents face, in dealing with physical pain and uncertain futures.
In filing claims or appearing at hearings and appeals, we remain at the side of our clients to ensure they receive the surgery or physical therapy they need and the workers’ compensation benefits they deserve.
Contact Workers’ Compensation Lawyer Mark A. Skibiel For A Free Consultation
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