Hand and Wrist Injuries
Hand and wrist injuries can result in numerous limitations and losses
When you suffer an injury to any part of your hand or wrist, you may experience significant limitations in your ability to engage in everyday activities or adequately perform your duties at work. Filing a workers’ compensation claim is not always an easy process. Many injured workers do not receive the benefits to which they are entitled under the law. For this reason, it is important to discuss your injury with an experienced workers’ compensation attorney who has experience with on the job injuries.
Helping you receive the benefits to which you are entitled for your workplace injury
Workers can injure their hands and wrists in many different ways while on the job, including the following:
- Fractures – Broken bones in the hand or wrist can occur due to falls, work-related motor vehicle accidents, and twisting or lifting injuries.
- Sprain and strains – Stretching, tearing, or other damage to the ligaments, muscles, or tendons in the hand or wrist can result from gripping, lowering or lifting objects, or from direct trauma to the arm.
- Amputations – Amputation of one or more fingers or the entire hand may be required due to accidents involving power tools, manufacturing equipment, agricultural machinery and other devices.
Call an experienced Charleston workers’ compensation lawyer for assistance
Attorney Walter Hundley understands the laws of workers’ compensation in South Carolina and will always fight for the full benefits to which you are entitled under the law. Call for a free consultation at 843-723-1995 or 866-723-1995.
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