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Joint Injury

Delaware Joint Injury Attorneys

Pain in your knees, elbows and joints is a warning sign. Many times, it is the manifestation of serious injuries to tendons, cartilage and ligaments. It is hard to do your job when you suffer from this kind of pain. In many cases, it is directly related to activities or accidents at work. If you have suffered a joint injury due to an accident of any kind you need the help of a personal injury attorney. Also, a Delaware accident lawyer can help if you have sustained a connective tissue injury. This includes tendons, ligaments and other support structures.

Please do not wait to contact our team of Delaware accident lawyers for a free consultation. We handle accident, injury and workers’ comp claims on a contingency fee basis. This means there are no fees unless we win. We serve injury victims throughout New Castle County, Kent County and Sussex County, Delaware as well as Southeastern Pennsylvania.

Delaware Lawyers Sprains, Strains And Joint Injuries

The Newark, Delaware personal injury lawyers at Beverly L. Bove Attorney at Law handle Delaware workers’ compensation claims related to knee, elbow and joint injuries. Our Wilmington, Delaware, lawyers have experience determining the causes of injuries and building cases for maximum compensation.

We handle cases throughout Delaware and eastern Pennsylvania, with attorneys Beverly L. Bove and Vincent J. X. Hedrick II working collaboratively to provide efficient, tailored representation at every turn.

Contact our firm online or by telephone at 302-777-3500 to schedule a free initial consultation to gain a better understanding of the legal options available in your case.

Working Through Joint Pain; Making A Bad Situation Worse

You have to go to work. You need your job, and your employer needs you. While many injured individuals feel compelled to simply work through the pain of a sprain, strain or contusion, this is often ill-advised. You could end up injuring yourself further and ultimately be unable to return to work because of long-term injuries such as:

  • Torn ligaments
  • Torn cartilage
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Sprained ankles that are not healing properly
  • Stress fractures

Your employer should support you in getting adequate medical attention from a source you trust. Ultimately, your battle for maximum compensation lies with the insurance company you file a claim with. It will do all it can to protect its bottom line, which is why you need to make sure you have an experienced accident attorney there to protect your medical and financial well-being.

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The Delaware accident lawyers at our firm serve accident victims throughout Delaware and Southeastern Pennsylvania. This includes Wilmington, Newark, Pike Creek, Hockessin, Brandywine, Fairfax, Talleyville, Kennett Square, Chester, West Chester, Coatesville, Media, Upper Darby, Malvern, Phoenixville, Avondale, Downingtown, Broomall, Bear. Glasgow, Middletown, Odessa, Smyrna, Townsend, Dover, Milford, Millsboro, Georgetown, Seaford, Laurel, Dagsboro, Lewes, Milton, Rehoboth Beach, Bethany Beach, Fenwick Island and Ocean View, Delaware.