Shoulder Injuries

We Take Your Shoulder Injury Seriously

A shoulder injury suffered on the job may sound insignificant, but it’s not. You may not feel the effects of repetitive trauma or pain from a fall or slip on unsafe property for days or weeks. Before you know it, you are unable to work, struggling with lost income and medical bills, and wondering what the future holds for you and your family.
The attorneys at Galanti, Patti, & Winterscheidt, P.C., will protect your rights — especially the right to pursue wage and medical benefits that could restore your health and resume your ability to provide for your loved ones.

Know The Signs And Take Action

A shoulder injury may not seem significant at first. We want to hear from you immediately if you suffered an injury at work and are now experiencing the following symptoms in your arm or shoulder:

  • Numbness or tingling
  • Swelling or bruising
  • Weakness or nerve pain
  • Spasms or immobility

Our firm will aggressively advocate for you if an employer or its insurer fails to acknowledge the severity of the debilitating shoulder injury you sustained at work. Our skilled workers’ compensation lawyers will investigate what caused your job accident, gather the facts of your case, and take them to your employer’s insurance company for negotiation on your behalf. We want you to get the benefits you need.

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Let Us Help You File A Claim

While you attempt to recover from your work accident, you should not have to be concerned about the cost of quality representation. The contingency fee policy for our legal services means that you owe no attorney fee unless we obtain the benefits you deserve. Contact our lawyers today to secure your free initial consultation at your home or hospital room if your injury has confined you. Call our office in East Alton, Illinois, at  618-258-0420.


Schedule A Free Consultation

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.