Tendinitis & Workers’ Compensation Lawyer
A hand injury or foot injury is never “just” a foot or hand injury. A wrist injury can end up affecting your entire hand and arm, and a “minor” ankle fracture can have long-term impact on your balance and ability to walk.
If you suffer the “loss of use of an extremity” due to a foot or hand injury, you are entitled to additional compensation under Pennsylvania’s workers’ compensation laws.
Since 1991, Pennsylvania attorney Louis P. Lombardi II has represented injured workers in workers’ comp claims and appeals. Hand and foot injuries are some of the most common injuries in the workplace. However, many times these injuries develop into more extensive and serious problems. Injured workers with these types of problems need the expertise of an attorney who will not allow the employer or the insurance company to minimize these injuries.
We work with our clients and their doctors to ensure that all of their medical problems are acknowledged and addressed with adequate compensation. Our proficiency at getting our clients the compensation they deserve can be seen in some of our published past cases.
Hire a Workers’ Comp Attorney Who Understands Hand and Foot Injury Claims
As we mentioned above, hand and foot injuries may seem simple and easy to deal with at first. However, if you do not receive proper medical care you risk developing serious long-term limitations. Our Injury law firm regularly handles hand and foot injury claims for injured workers from the Montgomery County, Bucks County and Greater Philadelphia areas, including:
- Carpal tunnel syndrome claims
- Wrist and ankle fractures
- Amputation of finger, toe, hand or foot
- Tendinitis and other elbow or knee injuries
Sometimes these injuries occur in a workplace incident; other times, they develop over time. If you begin experiencing symptoms such as numbness or weakness in an arm or leg, it is critically important to seek medical attention right away.
If your workplace conditions contributed to your hand injury or foot injury, your next step should be to consult a knowledgeable workers’ compensation lawyer. To consult with attorney Louis P. Lombardi II, please call toll free and speak personally with Mr. Lombardi.
We serve injured workers from the Montgomery County and Bucks County areas. Our practice includes all of the counties in southeastern Pennsylvania, including Delaware, Chester and Berks counties.