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ARM INJURIES

Arm Injuries

Helping workers with arm injuries obtain adequate workers’ compensation benefits

Injuries to your upper extremities can be severely debilitating. If you were involved in a workplace accident and suffered any injury to your arm, it is likely you are experiencing limitations. Additionally, arm injuries may require costly medical care including diagnostic evaluations, physical therapy, medications, or even surgery. 

Under the laws of South Carolina workers’ compensation, injured workers are entitled to certain benefits. Applying for and receiving adequate workers’ compensation benefits is not always simple. It is always wise to seek assistance from a knowledgeable workers’ compensation attorney who can guide you through this process. 

Common workplace arm injuries

There are many ways in which you can injure your arm at work, including the following:

  • Fractures to the wrist, elbow, or forearm
  • Sprains, strains, or other soft tissue injuries
  • Traumatic amputations of all or part of an arm
  • Repetitive motion injuries, including carpal tunnel syndrome

Assisting with the workers’ compensation process in South Carolina

At the law office of Walter Hundley, we assist workers with arm injuries in all stages of the workers’ compensation process, to include:

  • Filing a claim for benefits
  • Obtaining causally-related medical treatment
  • Reviewing settlement offers

Call an experienced South Carolina attorney today to discuss your case

If you have suffered an on the job arm injury, you should call experienced South Carolina workers’ compensation lawyer, Walter Hundley. We offer free consultations, so please contact us at  842-723-1995 or 866-723-1995 for help.

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