Shoulder Injuries on the Job

Torn Cartilage | Rotator Cuff Injury | Muscle and Tendon Injury | Range of Motion Injuries

Do you work at a job where you’re lifting objects all day, where you’re often working above your head or using your shoulders to complete a task? One of the most common workplace injuries involves trauma to the shoulder, and most shoulder injuries are extremely debilitating and take a long time to heal. If you’ve suffered a shoulder injury in the workplace, you want an experienced and knowledgeable attorney to help you seek full and fair compensation for your injuries.

At Voorhees Law, LLC, we offer more than 18 years of hands-on experience to people who have suffered a work-related injury, including men and women who have sustained shoulder trauma in the workplace. We have a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the steps required to ensure that you get all the benefits to which you are entitled.

We’ll be your advocate throughout the workers’ compensation process, from the preparation and filing of your initial application through any required appeals. Attorney Voorhees will keep you informed and involved at all times, so that you can make educated decisions about how you want to proceed.

To set up a private consultation, contact our office online or call us at 908-200-2297. Your first meeting is free of charge.

Protecting the Rights of People Who Have Suffered a Workplace Shoulder Injury

We can represent you at any stage of a workers’ compensation claim stemming from a shoulder injury, helping you accurately prepare and file your initial claim, and acting as your advocate in all hearings or proceedings. We’ll also work closely with you to make certain you get proper and necessary medical treatment.

We handle claims involving any type of injury to your shoulder, including:

Rotator cuff injury — any injury to the muscles and tendons that stabilize your shoulder

Labrum tear — a rip in the cartilage that cushions your shoulder joint

Bursitis or tendonitis — Inflammation of tendons or the bursa that surround your shoulder joint

We work with anyone who uses their shoulders to do their job, such as painters, warehouse employees and construction workers.

Contact Attorney Craig Voorhees

For an experienced and effective attorney to handle your case, call us at 908-200-2297 or send us an e-mail. There’s no cost to talk to us! Evening and weekend meetings can be arranged upon request. Credit cards are welcomed.

We take all workplace shoulder injury claims on a contingency basis. You won’t pay legal fees unless we recover monetary damages for your losses.

Licensed in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York