New York City Joint Injuries Attorneys

A knee injury, an arm injury, other joint injuries - these are all problems that can limit mobility and your ability to perform all types of daily functions. Whether these injuries are the result of an accident at work or another type of accident, it is important to seek medical treatment and as well as skilled legal advice about your options.

At the New York City law firm of Alan M. Cass and Associates, we not only know how these injuries are properly diagnosed and treated, but we make sure they are properly documented so receive fair compensation. As your advocates, you can trust that we will also ensure you are treated with respect by your employer, insurance companies and treating physician. To learn more about how we can help you, contact us today to learn more during a free consultation.

Our attorneys can help you with every part of the workers' comp process if you have sustained any of the following types of injuries during the course of your employment such as forklift injuries, assembly line incidents or a car accident while you were driving for work:

  • Hip injury
  • Fracture of the femur
  • Knee sprain or strain
  • Ankle injuries and fractures of the tibia or fibula
  • Torn meniscus
  • Torn cartilage, MCL or ACL
  • Cubital tunnel syndrome
  • Shoulder or torn rotator cuffs and other rotator cuff injuries
  • Ulnar, radial and median nerve problems

Aggressive and Skilled Joint and Shoulder Injury Lawyers Helping People in Long Island and New York City

Some types of work injuries can be compensated as whole body injuries depending on the severity and how much it impacts your ability to work and return to your original job. In many situations, arthritic changes may also result. For instance, a lower back injury can cause a limp or over-compensation on one side, which can result in another subsequent injury. We know how to factor in these complications when negotiating for a fair compensation package that covers your needs for treatment and limitations when it comes to returning to work.

Nearly all employers in New York are required to provide workers' compensation insurance for their employees. Even undocumented workers — those with no green card and no Social Security number — have a right to receive workers' compensation when injured on the job.

Call Toll Free 212-349-3420 for a Free, No-Risk Consultation

Don't get hurt twice, first in the accident and then in court because you do not have aggressive representation on your side. Contact Alan M. Cass and Associates to schedule a free consultation today. There is no risk, no cost and no obligation when you meet with us to discuss your case. If you hire us, you pay nothing unless we win your claim. There are no out-of-pocket costs or expenses.

From law offices in Manhattan, our lawyers represent clients from New York City and throughout the tri-state area who have lost their hearing and need to pursue workers' compensation and personal injury claims. Se habla español.