For many years now, the experienced and knowledgeable Workers’ Compensation attorneys at White & Stradley, PLLC have been helping North Carolinians injured at work receive Workers’ Compensation benefits they are entitled to. If you have been injured at work, or if you have suffered an illness or disease due to your work, please contact us before filing a Workers' Compensation claim yourself.

Workers’ Compensation Law can be very difficult, and often times, claims are denied due to minor errors in the paperwork or missed deadlines. We have represented hundreds of injured Workers all over the state, and we can help you, too.

Types of Shoulder Injuries

We know full well that shoulder injuries can be debilitating. Many of our clients are not able to perform their work-related duties and many even have difficulty with normal everyday tasks. Some of the shoulder injuries we have seen are:

  • Cartilage injury
  • Fractures
  • Separated shoulder
  • Rotator cuff injury
  • Torn ligaments
  • Nerve damage/numbness
  • Arthritis/degenerative disease
  • Tendonitis

Whether your shoulder injury occurred from a fall or accident, heavy lifting, or repetitive motion, you are covered under Workers’ Compensation and are entitled to medical and cash benefits after a certain amount of days off the job.

If you are denied reimbursement for arthroscopic surgery, MRI tests, physical therapy, or chiropractic care, the experienced Workers’ Compensation attorneys at White & Stradley, PLLC in Winston Salem, North Carolina can help. We can also intervene if an independent medical examiner determines that you should return to work and you disagree with that call. We have represented clients at Workers’ Compensation Board hearings to reverse decisions or work out a compromise, and we will take your case all the way to trial if it’s necessary.

Some types of work are more likely to cause shoulder injury than others. Painters, plasterers, carpenters and other Workers who frequently work with their arms over their heads put a lot of strain on their shoulder joints. Assembly Workers, furniture movers, and others who use their arms and shoulders repetitively may suffer repetitive strain injury.

If you live in North Carolina and have suffered shoulder injuries due to an accident on the job, please contact the dependable, aggressive Workers’ Compensation attorneys at White & Stradley, PLLC today to schedule your confidential, no-cost Workers' Compensation claim consultation. We proudly serve Winston Salem, Charlotte, Durham, Asheville, Greensboro, and Wilmington, North Carolina..

White and Stradley is a wonderful and caring law firm.  The outcome of my case was very successful and I would highly recommend them to others.