Minnesota Leg Injury Attorneys
Working on a construction site has its own dangers and difficulties, and most construction workers are aware of these potential dangers. However, sometimes construction workers are injured because of seemingly safe job requirements, such as heavy lifting. Construction-related buildings often require heavy equipment and materials, and workers are sometimes expected to lift these materials. Despite a worker’s ability to lift heavy objects, the legs may be injured in the process, sometimes without even knowing it. Leg injuries can be very serious, particularly for construction workers, and can leave them unable to work.
If you have suffered a leg injury due to lifting in the course of performing construction work, you may be entitled to pursue workers’ compensation benefits. Contact the experienced Minnesota leg injury attorneys of Robert Wilson & Associates today at 612-334-3444 for assistance with your claim from the initial filing through litigation, if it becomes necessary.
Representative Leg Injuries
Whether through the incremental strain of many smaller lifts or due to one incident of attempting to lift excessive weight, a leg injury could interfere with a construction worker’s ability to work for days, weeks, or even months. The following are some of the leg injuries that one might sustain in the course of lifting:
- Muscle strains and tears
- Tendonitis in the ankle, knee, or hip
- Fractured bones
- Dislocation of the hip or knee
If you are a construction worker whose leg has been injured while lifting, we can help you to seek the benefits that you are due under the law. Contact the experienced Minnesota workers’ compensation attorneys of Robert Wilson & Associates today at 612-334-3444 to discuss your claim.