For people who work on their feet, knee injuries on the job can be devastating and can have a significant long-term impact.
Drivers may no longer be able to spend long hours behind the wheel. People who do heavy lifting or construction for a living may no longer be able to do their jobs without pain. This leaves employees searching for answers and for benefits to help pay for medical bills and lost wages.
The attorneys at Brown & Crouppen know how challenging these injuries can be. Contact us to discuss your rights and to see if you are eligible for compensation.
Did you know? We will not only help clients file for workers’ comp benefits, but we will also see if it is possible to pursue any third-party benefits from responsible parties.
Experienced Knee And Joint Injury Attorneys In Missouri
Our experienced workers’ compensation and personal injury lawyers provide representation for cases involving:
- knee fractures
- joint damage
- torn ACL, MCL, or other ligaments
- repetitive stress injuries
- fractured patella
- temporary or permanent disability
If you have suffered a knee injury on the job, it is in your best interest to speak with a law firm that is on your side and will help you get the money you deserve.
Get the Care and Help You Deserve
It is always important to consult with an attorney regarding on-the-job injuries, including knee and joint injuries. Brown & Crouppen will investigate the facts and determine whether you or your loved one has a right to compensation. We will also investigate whether additional benefits such as Social Security disability, Medicare, or private disability insurance payments are available.
We will explain the laws to you, based on the state you live in, and will let you know all of your options for recovering the benefits that you deserve.
It All Starts With a Free Case Evaluation From the Personal Injury Attorneys at Brown & Crouppen
Getting started is easy. You can call us at 800-536-4357 for a free consultation, or tell us about your case with our Free Case Review form. And remember, there’s no upfront cost to you — if you don’t get paid, we don’t get paid.