Get The Medical Care And Benefits You Need For Orthopedic Injuries

Broken bones and injuries to joints in the body, ligaments, tendons and other aspects of the musculoskeletal system are among the most common forms of workplace injury. Workers in any walk of life may suffer a painful, and potentially debilitating orthopedic injury. Occupational orthopedic injuries may occur in a single accident or event, or may develop over time due to exertion and repetitive stress.

Orthopedic injuries affect the bones, muscles and connective tissues in the musculoskeletal system. Many injured workers may require surgery to correct such problems as a rotator cuff back, neck, knee or hip injury. Medical devices aimed at improving mobility or comfort, physical therapy or similar treatments may be necessary for the best potential physical recovery from an orthopedic injury. Our lawyers and professional staff know how to evaluate the legal and medical issues to ensure that your rights are covered.

We Have Served New Jersey Since 1936

The lawyers at Parisi & Gerlanc, Attorneys At Law, have substantial experience helping workers obtain the full and fair compensation and benefits they deserve. Our primary goal is to help our clients recover both physically and financially. We know how important it is for injured workers to get the medical attention, rehabilitative services and other benefits that are necessary to address the physical injury. We have substantial experience to obtain results across the spectrum of occupations, including:

  • Diesel mechanics
  • Construction workers
  • Machinists
  • Yacht builders
  • Manufacturing industry workers
  • Warehouse workers
  • Laborers
  • Skilled trade workers
  • Office workers

Turn To Bergen County Lawyers Who Care About The Outcome Of Your Claim

To learn more about how our workers' compensation experience can benefit you, we invite you to arrange a no-pressure, free consultation to discuss your orthopedic injury. Call 551-587-8915, or send us a short message online to get started.