Dislocation Injuries


Workers Compensation Joint Dislocation Injuries:  Hartford Personal Injury Attorneys

Contact an experienced Hartford  workers comp personal injury attorney and discover the true value of your workers compensation claim.

A dislocation occurs when the ends of the bones are forcibly moved from their normal position. The most common dislocated joints are the shoulders and finger joints, but dislocations of other joints are not unheard of, such as:

Although most people would not think of ribs as joints, they are a type of joint in that they are connected to the sternum (breastbone) and spine in sockets made of cartilage. A dislocated rib is when the rib bone Whatever the type of dislocation, these injuries are extremely painful, and relocation of the joint usually requires medical attention.

If you have experienced a dislocated joint as a result of  a carelessness or negligence of others, you have every right to file a claim  to recover your medical expenses and lost time from work. Often, more than one responsible party can be identified, which greatly increases the amount of compensation you receive.

The Law offices of James F. Aspell, P.C. is a union endorsed Connecticut workers compensation law office.  We have extensive experience building winning cases for all kinds of injury claims, including those involving  workers that dislocate joints.. Don't take chances with a “sign and settle” law firm. With Jim Aspell  you will receive the maximum possible compensation under the law.

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