A common but potentially devastating injury, shoulder injuries can be caused in various ways, including car accidents, slip-and-fall accidents, and work-related injuries. Regardless of where you were hurt, an experienced shoulder injury lawyer can help you determine if you have a viable workers’ compensation or personal injury case.
At The Law Offices of John M. McCabe, P.A., we work hard to deliver results to people who have suffered a shoulder injury in an accident. Since 1994, we have obtained numerous verdicts, settlements, and benefit awards for our clients.
A shoulder injury can occur for a variety of reasons, and it can have an impact on all aspects of your life. If you have suffered a shoulder injury and are unsure about how to proceed, a lawyer may be able to help.
If you have been injured in a car accident, have fallen down the stairs, or were hurt while on the job, you may need legal representation to ensure that you receive fair treatment from the insurance company. An attorney can also help if your injury is due to a slip-and-fall or dog bite. A lawyer may be able to help with other types of injuries as well.
When you call a personal injury lawyer after suffering a shoulder injury, we will begin by gathering the necessary information about your case from you. This includes details about:
We work on a contingency basis for personal injury claims. A contingency fee basis means we do not charge you anything unless we win a settlement in or out of court. This fee structure ensures we work hard for your case and that you don't have even more out-of-pocket expenses during a stressful time. We also offer contingency fee schedules for other practice areas, such as:
At our firm, we represent accident victims in Cary, Raleigh, Durham, and surrounding communities. We provide full service to our clients in workers’ compensation and personal injury cases.
We seek total compensation or benefits for those who have suffered shoulder injuries such as:
We will fight to ensure you receive the respect you deserve from the insurance companies and that any compensation or benefits you receive are sufficient to cover current and future medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and rehab expenses.