Stratford Wrist Injury Lawyer

Bridgeport Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Attorney

If you have sustained a wrist, elbow or other arm injury in a workplace accident or as the result of your job responsibilities, you may be entitled to workers' compensation benefits. To understand your rights under the law, enlist the assistance of an experienced attorney who can take the time to explain the workers' compensation process and how it may apply to your situation.

At the law firm of Cousins, Desrosiers & Morizio, P.C., in Bridgeport/Stratford, Connecticut, our lawyers and staff focus their attention on handling only workers' compensation matters for clients throughout the state. Our lawyers are knowledgeable of the workers' compensation laws and work hard to see that clients get the compensation they deserve. We are among the fewer than 50 board-certified workers' compensation specialists in the entire state of Connecticut.

We can focus on dealing with the legal and workers' comp issues for you, while you focus on healing and taking care of your family. Contact a workers' compensation lawyer at our office today to schedule a consultation.

Types of Wrist, Elbow and Arm Injuries

We confidently handle all types of wrist, elbow arm, and hand injuries, including:

  • Torn ligaments in the wrist or elbow
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Cubital tunnel syndrome
  • Lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow)
  • Amputation of hand/fingers
  • Wrist fractures
  • Arm fractures
  • Finger fractures

A wrist or elbow injury may limit you from completing everyday tasks, in addition to work-related tasks. These joints are used on a regular basis and it may be difficult to modify your life enough to accommodate these injuries.

With the assistance of our firm, you can seek guidance from a member of the medical community who specializes in treating wrist, elbow and other arm injuries. Having handled workers' compensation cases for many years, our attorneys are familiar with the members of the local medical community who are exceptional at treating wrist, elbow and arm injuries. Just as our focus on workers' compensation benefits our clients, patients can gain an advantage from the expertise of the team who is treating their injuries.

Contact a Stratford Wrist Injury Attorney

Wrist and elbow injuries do not have to mean that you cannot move forward with your life. Let us help you secure the workers' compensation benefits that you deserve. Contact us at 866-225-9496 to arrange a no-cost, no-obligation consultation.