Ligament and Tendon Injuries | Ligament Tears | Tendonitis | Torn Meniscus | Hyper extended Knees | Joint Injuries| Broken Kneecap | Repetitive Stress Injury

Experienced New Jersey Workers’ Compensation Attorney

If you work in an occupation where you’re on your feet a big part of the day, you’re at risk for injuries to your knees. You might develop tendonitis, swelling or discomfort from simply standing on concrete or other hard surfaces for eight hours at a time. You may twist a knee or tear cartilage, ligaments or tendons in a fall or other workplace accident. When you’ve suffered an injury to your knees, and you have to be off your feet, it can bring your life to a standstill. If the injury is work-related, you have a right to pursue workers’ compensation benefits, but you’ll want an experienced and aggressive lawyer to help you seek the benefits to which you are entitled.

At Voorhees Law, LLC, in Somerville, New Jersey, we have been fighting for the rights of injured workers for more than 18 years. We have a thorough understanding of the workers’ compensation process, and know how to prepare and present your claim to maximize your potential for recovery. We’ll work closely with you at all times, so that you know where you stand and what your options are, and can make the right decisions about your future.

To schedule a free initial consultation, contact our office online or call us at 908-200-2297.

Protecting Your Rights after a Work-Related Knee Injury

We’ll handle all matters related to your application for workers’ compensation benefits, from the preparation and filing of your initial application through any appeals, if necessary. We’ll also help ensure that you get the medical treatment you need.

We handle all types of knee injury claims arising at work, including:

  • Injuries caused by repetitive stress or motion, including bending, standing or lifting for hours at a time
  • Torn ligaments, such as ACL, MCL, LCL or PCL tears
  • Sprains, strains or muscle pulls resulting from twists or hyperextension of your knee
  • Torn meniscus or cartilage
  • Tendonitis or pulled/ruptured tendon
  • Broken kneecap

Contact Our Office

To schedule an appointment to discuss your workplace knee injury claim, send us an e-mail or call our office at 908-200-2297. There is no cost or obligation for your first consultation. Evening and weekend appointments can be arranged upon request. We accept credit cards.

We take all workplace knee injury claims on a contingency basis. You won’t pay attorney fees unless we obtain compensation for your losses.

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