Knee, Ankle And Foot Injury Financial Recovery
Our Attorneys in San Diego Can Maximize Your Recovery
An ankle, foot or knee injury often results from a lifting accident on a construction site or in an industrial setting, but serious injuries can certainly happen anywhere. These injuries can permanently affect motor function and prevent you from working at a job requiring physical mobility in addition to the significant impacts on your mobility and quality of life in general.
If you have suffered an ankle, foot or knee injury, you deserve the best medical treatment available. Bender & Gritz, APLC, are experienced workers’ compensation attorneys. We use our knowledge of the law and medical science to help our clients obtain maximum financial compensation.
We will work to help you obtain maximum compensation and the care and services you need to recover to the greatest extent possible.
Get the Help You Need
Often injuries in the knees involve tendonitis or the dislocation of a joint. Other injuries can involve tears of the medial collateral ligament (MCL), anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) or posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) which may require arthroscopic surgery.
We will work closely with your doctor and other medical specialists to determine the true nature of your foot, ankle or knee injury.
We will focus on:
- Establishing the full and fair value of your case
- Preparing your case with the ability to achieve best possible results at trial
- Obtaining the care and rehabilitation services you need to recover
Do Not Risk Your Health and Your Ability to Work
Many people who are injured on the job simply accept the results of the initial medical evaluation. This evaluation may underestimate the degree of the disability and the level of care you need to recover.
At Bender & Gritz, we can arrange for a second medical evaluation that can identify the exact nature of your injury and the treatment and rehabilitation services you need to recover to the fullest extent possible.
In a recent case we handled, the initial evaluation determined that the disability rating was 8%. We obtained a second evaluation that showed a 41% disability rating — resulting in significantly higher workers’ compensation benefits for our client.
And there is little risk in working with Bender & Gritz. We never take an attorney fee unless we prevail on your behalf.
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