Knee, Shoulder And Joint Injuries Can Interfere With Your Ability To Work

We don't realize how much we depend on our key joints such as knees, shoulders, elbows and hips until we suffer an immobilizing injury. A serious joint injury may require orthopedic surgery to replace key components. Unfortunately, many of these types of injuries are the result of wear and tear over time, rather than a single accident.

If you are a Georgia resident who is unable to work because of an injury or chronic pain in your knee, shoulder or other joint, you may be able to pursue a claim through the Georgia workers' compensation system. Having an experienced attorney on your side will help you overcome your employer's and its insurance carrier's objections.

I am Georgia workers' compensation lawyer Gary M. Kazin. From offices in Decatur and Atlanta, I provide Georgia workers' compensation claims services for workers injured on the job in the Atlanta metro area and communities throughout Georgia. I can help you get the workers' comp benefits to which you are entitled.

I'll Take Care Of Your Claim So You Can Focus On Treating Your Injuries

I offer my clients the advantage of more than three decades of workers' compensation claims experience. I handle initial claims, as well as appeals of denied claims. Over the years, I have helped thousands of injured workers and their families receive the medical treatment and wage benefits they are entitled to under the law. I have an in-depth knowledge of the system and can move your claim along efficiently. Most important, I know what the insurance companies expect in the way of evidence, and I know how to successfully pursue denied claims.

Call me if you are unable to work because of any kind of knee, shoulder, hip or other joint injury. I have experience with all types of claims and denied claims appeals, including:

  • Joint injuries resulting from an accident on the job
  • Injuries to the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), medial collateral ligament (MCL) or lateral collateral ligament (LCL)
  • Dislocated shoulder or rotator cuff injuries
  • Chronic knee, hip or shoulder pain, complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS)
  • Musculoskeletal injuries to the muscles and tendons surrounding the joints
  • Repetitive stress injuries, such as bursitis or tendinitis

Discuss Your Case For Free

I offer free consultations. In fact, I won't charge you at all unless I obtain workers' compensation benefits on your behalf. To schedule a consultation in my Decatur or Atlanta office, call 404-913-8978 or 866-397-5116 or email me.