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Workers’ Comp For Shoulder And Wrist Injuries

If you work in central or southwestern Missouri and have suffered an injury to your shoulder or elbow, either in a workplace accident or because of repetitive stress on the job, you should report within 30 days the medical problem to your employer. Your employer will then assign you a preferred certified workers’ compensation doctor. Your assigned doctor will then make a formal diagnosis and prescribe a treatment plan.

As part of the diagnosis, your doctor will also certify that you are unable to work due to a temporary or permanent disability, or that you may return to work with restrictions to light duty, or return to work as normal. Regardless, you may have certain rights that the doctor does not address.

Let Us Advocate For You

If you are considering filing for workers’ compensation because of a hand, wrist, elbow or shoulder injury suffered in a workplace accident or because of repetitive stress on the job, talk to an attorney on the Missouri workers’ compensation team at Hall Ansley. We work with your doctor to ensure you receive the right diagnosis and certification for return to work.

Our lawyers and legal professionals apply more than 20 years of knowledge and experience handling everything on your behalf. Whether you are filing an initial claim for a hand, elbow or shoulder injury, or have been denied your claim and are filing an appeal, put our experience on your side.

Our firm employs two registered nurses to make sure our attorneys understand the medical issues and to ensure that clients recognize the importance of following prescribed treatment after a workplace injury.

Contact Us Today

Whether you are filing an initial claim or have received a letter of denial, we can help you with a full range of workers’ compensation services. Our Springfield workers’ compensation lawyers offer advice and representation for injured workers throughout Central and Southwestern Missouri, so call us at 417-429-1372 or contact us by email for a free consultation. You can also browse our workers’ compensation case results page to read about benefits that we have won for past clients.

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