Leg or Knee Injuries at Work
The knee is one of the most important, yet delicate joints in the human body. Sustaining a leg or knee injury at work can cause serious problems that could cause severe pain or discomfort that may prevent you from completing everyday tasks both at home and on the job. Whether you have suffered a leg or knee injury from a fall or sudden change of motion, you may require extensive medical attention to repair the damage. This medical attention could cost thousands of dollars and may even prevent you from continuing to work during your recovery. In these circumstances, you likely need workers’ compensation benefits to help pay for these expenses until you can return to work.
At Lowenthal & Abrams, Injury Attorneys, we understand how important workers’ compensation benefits are to your financial stability and comfort. That is why we are committed to fighting for your compensation every step of the way. For more information about your legal options and how we can help, contact our Pennsylvania work-related leg or knee injury attorneys today at 888-979-7298.
Common Knee and Leg Injuries
Unfortunately, even if your leg or knee injury is serious, filing for and obtaining workers’ compensation benefits can be a very difficult and complicated task. With the aid of an expert workers’ compensation lawyer*, you will stand a better chance of getting the benefits you need when you have suffered any of the following injuries on the job:
- Tearing of the Anterior or Posterior Cruciate Ligaments (ACL/PCL)
- Tearing the meniscus
- Knee replacement
- Fractures of the tibia, fibula, and patella
- Stress fracture
- Crushing injuries
Leg and knee injuries can severely disrupt your quality of life and may cause you to miss work. To learn more about how you can recover financial benefits while you recover from your injury, contact our work-related leg or knee injury lawyers at Lowenthal & Abrams, today at 888-979-7298.