Knee Injury

Work-Related Knee Injury Lawyer

Representing Injured Clients in Louisville

Justice Law Office provides thorough legal services to clients who have suffered a variety of on-the-job injuries. Whatever your situation, our Louisville workers’ compensation attorney can investigate the incident, build your case, and tirelessly uphold your right to a financial settlement. Knee injuries can be painful, and may result in expensive medical care. We can discuss your options and help you make informed legal decisions regarding your case. Insurance companies often try to pay the lowest settlement possible. However, with our experienced representation, you can fight for the compensation you deserve. Call our office today at (502) 822-2230 to learn how we can help.

What You Need to Know About Knee Injuries

Knee injuries are a common occurrence among U.S. workers. In fact, more than 80,000 on-the-job knee injuries are reported each year, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Knee injuries can occur from lifting heavy objects, twisting suddenly, jumping from a height, tripping and falling, or doing other activities that put too much force on the joint.

Types of knee injuries include:

  • Dislocations
  • Fractures
  • ACL injuries
  • Ligament injuries
  • Tendon tears
  • Muscle strains

Knees are the largest joints in the body. They are essential for standing, walking, pivoting, jumping, crawling, and even sitting up. Injuries to the knee joint are broadly categorized as acute (traumatic), or cumulative (overuse). Acute injuries commonly result from slip and falls accidents, falls from heights, trips over obstacles, and impacts from tools or machinery in construction work. On the other hand, cumulative injuries may result from regularly lifting and carrying heavy loads, putting extra strain on the knee joint, and doing other repetitive motions that cause wear and tear.

Knee injuries can be extremely painful. Because they are so essential for movement, it can be debilitating to have a serious knee injury. Patients may have to wear a brace, undergo surgery, complete extensive physical therapy, and take medication. They may also have to use in-home remedies, such as resting and putting ice packs on the affected joint. Knee injuries can make even sitting uncomfortable. Thus, many victims have to take time off work. Depending on your situation, you may be entitled to compensation for medical bills, lost wages, and other economic damages.

Compassionate Representation for Victims of Knee Injuries in Louisville

If you have suffered a knee injury due to working conditions or an on-the-job accident, Justice Law Office can help. Our Louisville workers’ compensation lawyer has a thorough knowledge of the Kentucky legal system. We can work hard to meet your needs and try to maximize the amount of settlement you are entitled to. With us, you can receive personal assistance in this stressful time.

MILLIONS RECOVERED FOR OUR CLIENTS

  • $200,000.00
    WORKERS' COMPENSATION
  • $195,000.00
    WORKERS' COMPENSATION
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    WORKERS' COMPENSATION
  • $160,000
    WORKERS' COMPENSATION
  • $155,000.00
    WORKERS' COMPENSATION
  • $98,000.00
    WORKERS' COMPENSATION
  • $384,000.00
    WORKERS' COMPENSATION
  • $234,000.00
    WORKERS' COMPENSATION
  • $90,000.00
    WORKERS' COMPENSATION
  • $75,000.00
    WORKERS' COMPENSATION
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    - Carl

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    - Lewis

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    - Kevin

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    - Regina

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