Find a lawyer when your suffer a shoulder injury in an accident
Get compensation for your shoulder injury
The shoulder joint is comprised of three different bones: the scapula, clavicle and humerus. It is the most mobile joint in the body, and therefore the most unstable. A shoulder injury can be immediate or progress over time, causing extreme discomfort, pain and complications with everyday activities.
If you’re having difficulty with shoulder pain caused by an accident, contact personal injury attorney Steve Caya for a free consultation. His no win, no fee policy ensures your best interest.
Common causes of shoulder injuries
- Car Accident
- Motorcycle Accident
- Drunk Driving
- Pedestrian Accident
- Premises Liability
Any of the above incidents can force you into serious medical rehabilitation for shoulder injuries.
This is time-consuming, traumatic and expensive. Steve Caya will fight for your right to fair compensation to cover all necessary medical expenses.
Most common shoulder trauma injuries
The shoulder is a complicated joint. Made up of several bones and held together by multiple ligaments, tendons and muscles, injuries to this area often require expensive medical and rehabilitation treatment. Steve Caya works with medical professionals to make sure that you receive the compensation you require to heal your injuries.
If you have experienced a shoulder injury due to negligence, it’s important to contact a medical professional as soon as possible. The faster you get treatment, the more evidence you will have to support your personal injury claim.
Most common accident induced shoulder injuries:
- Shoulder bone fracture
- SLAP tear
- Strains and sprains
- Rotator cuff tear
- Deep tissue bruising
Shoulder injuries from a motorcycle accident can be debilitating and require extensive physical therapy. Most motorcycle shoulder injuries happen when biker stretches out his or her arm after a collision. Pain, weakness, a “snapping” sensation or a crackling sound when moving the shoulder are all signs of a shoulder injury following a motorcycle crash.
Shoulders are used constantly throughout the day, from combing your hair to dressing for work and shopping for groceries. Damage to any of the numerous bones, muscles and connective tissues in the shoulder can result in serious pain, not to mention lost wages, medical treatments and other hardships.