Torn meniscus and other leg injuries are serious problems. At The Law Offices of Carolina K. Tumminelli, PLLC, we will step in quickly to address your needs and advise you on how to protect your financial stability while addressing urgent medical concerns. From our headquarters in Chelmsford, we serve clients throughout Massachusetts and New Hampshire.

What Causes A Torn Meniscus?

The menisci are C-shaped pieces of cartilage that cushion the space between the thighbone and shinbone of the leg. A tear in the meniscus results in inflammation, and bone-on-bone friction, which, if not treated properly, can cause irreversible damage to the knee.

This kind of injury typically occurs through consistent wear-and-tear from repetitive motions, or from incidents of knee twisting while the joint is bearing weight. The torn meniscus is often seen in labor-intensive jobs, but can happen in any situation that places the joint under stress, such as auto accidents or slip-and-fall accidents.

Experience And Skill In Cases Of Denied Or Undervalued Claims

If you have suffered a torn meniscus because of on-the-job activities or because of another party’s negligence, you are well-advised to seek legal representation. Your workers’ compensation or personal injury claim should be handled with thorough investigation and an in-depth understanding of how the injury has affected your life in order to recover maximum compensation.

Unfortunately, many people who file workers’ comp claims for a repetitive motion workplace injury end up struggling to prove that the injury is a direct result of issues at work. Your best chance for a strong case is to report injuries immediately to your boss and discuss your case with an experienced attorney as soon as possible.

Let Us Craft A Custom Strategy

No two cases are the same. We listen to each of our clients’ individual circumstances to develop legal strategies that are customized to their needs. Contact us online or at 978-256-9655 to speak with an experienced lawyer who can help.

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