Arm & Leg Injury Lawyer in Manchester NH
Have You Suffered A Workplace Arm Or Leg Injury?
Injuries to the arms and legs are common in the workplace, especially in physically demanding or repetitive occupations and for people who work around heavy equipment. If you have suffered an injury to the arm, shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand, hip, knee, ankle, foot or another body part at your place or work, the arm & leg injury lawyers at Borofsky, Amodeo-Vickery & Bandazian, P.A., are here to stand up for your rights.
We have handled more than 1,000 workers’ compensation claims for clients who suffered an arm & leg injury in Manchester and Nashua and throughout New Hampshire.
Upper And Lower Extremity Injuries On The Job
Nearly every job requires frequent use of the arms and hands, whether for typing, assembling, lifting, pushing and pulling or operating equipment of any kind. This is why any injury to the arms, hands or wrists can result in significant lost time from work or even permanent disability.
Anyone who stands or walks on the job understands the severity of an injury to the legs, hips, knees, ankles or feet. A serious injury can make it difficult, if not impossible, to work.
We serve clients who have suffered all types of arm and leg injuries, including amputations and other catastrophic injuries. We understand the hardships facing the injured and work aggressively to ensure that they obtain the resources they need to pay medical bills and make up for lost wages.
Significant injuries to the arms and legs typically qualify for a permanent impairment award under New Hampshire workers’ compensation laws. Our attorneys can help you understand your rights and pursue maximum compensation for the losses you have suffered due to a workplace injury.
Our Workers’ Compensation Lawyers Are Here To Help
Our arm & leg injury lawyers have the skill and experience to make a difference in your arm or leg injury claim. Contact us by email, complete and submit the form on this page or call 603 625-6441 to arrange a free initial consultation with a knowledgeable workers’ comp lawyer.
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