Knee Injuries

Advocating For Knee Injury Sufferers

A serious knee injury can keep you from work and saddled you with medical debt. Lost wages and mounting debt can leave you with an uncertain future. You need healthy, functioning knees in order to continue to work, which means you must seek proper medical attention. 

You can trust the experienced attorneys of Galanti, Patti, & Winterscheidt, P.C., to protect your rights when your employer and its insurer take your knee injury lightly. We will do what is needed to get you back on your feet.

Investigating And Advocating For Your Claim

Your knees are built to withstand a lot of pressure and use. As you age, you might feel the wear and tear of years of labor in your knees. At Galanti & Patti, we know the challenges you face. You, on the other hand, know how painful a knee injury can be, and you might be worried about potential disability. When it comes to your knee injury, our skilled firm will:
  • Investigate the cause of the on-the-job accident that seriously injured your knee
  • Bring its fact-finding to negotiation with an insurance company
  • Aggressively advocate in court for you if necessary

If anyone knows the impact of lost income and medical bills, it’s you. And you know how emotionally dispiriting it is to face each day without a job — with only grueling therapy and medical treatments to look forward to.

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Helping You Get Back On Your Feet

Did you suffer your serious knee injury in an industrial or nonindustrial setting? Were you hurt by defective equipment or heavy machinery? Did you damage one or both knees in a fall from great heights? Regardless of the circumstances, our lawyers will champion your cause and work hard for the wage and medical benefits you deserve. Call us at  618-258-0420 or send an email to set up a free initial consultation today.


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We help injured workers protect their rights. Call us at 618-258-0420. Your email message receives our prompt attention. We offer discounts on our contingency fees to union members and military veterans.