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Restoring Dignity & Control After An Injury 

Injured Your Shoulder At Work? We Can Help.

Among all occupational hazards, shoulder injuries are one of the most common. However, many workers’ compensation claims for shoulder injuries are denied or not fully covered because of insufficient medical evidence, mistakes on the part of insurance companies, or the insurance company’s failure to recognize workers’ rights.

The workers’ compensation attorneys at The Law Offices of Millon & Peskin help injured workers throughout the Chicagoland area get the full and fair compensation they deserve. If you have suffered a work-related shoulder injury, we know how to build strong claim on your behalf. If you have been denied benefits, we can handle your appeal while you focus on recovery.

For a free consultation, contact us today. Our lawyers advise and represent injured workers in Wheaton, Arlington Heights, Rosemont and throughout the Chicago metro area.

Common Types Of Shoulder Injuries

A shoulder injury can affect every aspect of your life, potentially causing long-term pain and disability. Our attorneys have extensive experience in handling workers’ comp claims for these types of injuries, including:

  • Rotator cuff tears: The rotator cuff is comprised of tendons and muscles that work to stabilize the shoulder. The rotator cuff also helps you lift and rotate your arm. If you have suffered a rotator cuff injury, you may have difficulty with everyday tasks, including your job duties.
  • Shoulder fractures: The shoulder is made up of three joints and three bones — the scapula, the humerus and the clavicle. Fractures, dislocations and soft-tissue injuries in these areas can be extremely painful and costly. In many cases, these injuries result from falls in the workplace.
  • Impingement: This type of injury often affects workers whose job duties require them to use their hands above the level of the shoulder. Impingement happens when the rotator cuff tendons become inflamed, and impingement can cause serious pain and potential loss of arm movement.

For more on what to do after suffering a shoulder injury at work, please see our overview of the Illinois workers’ compensation process.

Contact Us For A Free Consultation

Our lawyers have more than 45 years of combined legal experienced. To arrange a free and completely discreet consultation with a skilled and knowledgeable attorney, contact us online or call us locally at 630-449-3884 . Our firm has offices in Wheaton, Arlington Heights, Chicago and Rosemont.