St. Louis Joint Injury Attorneys
Fighting for Victims & Their Families
Dealing with legal matters might be the last thing on your mind after suffering a neck, back, or joint injury. But for our joint injury attorneys in St. Louis, there’s no time like the present. The Dixon Injury Firm works with individuals and employees who have suffered from some sort of on-site accident, whether that’s in the construction field or elsewhere.
If you have sustained a joint injury and are looking into how you may be able to seek compensation, call our firm at (314) 208-2808 today.
What Are Common Joint Injuries?
Common joint injuries include sacroiliac (SI) joint dysfunction that can lead to back pain, elbow and knee discomfort, and limited range of motion. A lot of these are avoidable to an extent, such as limiting exertions, maintaining a healthy lifestyle, and working in a safe environment. Accidents do happen, though.
Here are a few injuries that may lead to joint-related problems:
- Joint locks or loss of range of motion
- Tenderness, redness, or swelling
- Weakness and stiffness
- Limping or awkward gate
Legal Tips for Joint Injuries
Remember that joint injury lawyers at The Dixon Injury Firm have a thorough understanding of accident law and are prepared to help you however we can.
Regarding joint injuries in Missouri, there are several factors to consider. Here are a handful of general workers compensation legalities to keep in mind:
- Reimbursement depends on the severity of the injury. A death or life-debilitating injury (leading to being unable to continue working again) versus a few months off are different cases. Is the joint injury partial or complete?
- Like other cases, joint injury attorneys emphasize timeliness. Claims have varying statutes of limitations. It is important to move quickly as soon as you or a loved one can to maximize compensation and benefits to assist with medical bills, lost time, and other costs.
The Dixon Injury Firm Is Here to Help
The first move to take is to find a professional joint injury lawyer in St. Louis to assist you in opening a claim. We are more than ready to take your case in full stride. Keep in mind how important it is for you to move quickly by getting medical attention}, reporting the accident, collecting materials, and
The Dixon Injury Firm utilizes a contingency payment plan, meaning our legal services are free. Clients are charged a percentage of the settlement only when the client wins a claim.
To learn more, schedule a free case review with us by contacting our firm.