Shoulder Injuries in Des Moines

Assistance with a Workers' Compensation Claim


One of the most common injuries which can be suffered on the job is a shoulder injury. This is why the insurance industry and employers pushed for change in the Iowa workers’ compensation laws in 2017 to reduce benefits for people injuring their shoulders at work. Shoulder injuries can be caused by both repetitive use (repetitive stress injuries) or due to trauma. A shoulder injury can affect your ability to perform your tasks at work, as well as tasks in your personal life. If you have suffered a shoulder injury as a result of a workplace accident or repetitive stress, turn to the Des Moines workers' compensation attorney at King Law, PLLC.

Disabling Shoulder Injuries

Attorney King is dedicated to using his experience and skill to file successful workers' compensation claims for his clients. Regardless of the severity of your injury or the circumstances, you can count on him to work hard on your behalf. His goal is to ensure you receive compensation for your medical expenses, lost wages, and resulting disability.

The most common types of shoulder injuries the firm represents include:

Answering Your Pressing Questions

After you have hurt your shoulder in a workplace accident, you likely have a number of questions or concerns. King Law can address your concerns and help you handle your claim. From start to finish, you can count on King Law to represent you, protect your rights and provide you with peace of mind. He understands how overwhelming it can be to suffer from an injury and try to navigate a claim on your own.

The firm works on a contingency basis, so you only have to pay a fee if your claim is successful. To request a free case consultation, call the firm now at (515) 444-8035.
1000 73rd Street, Suite 22, West Des Moines, IA 50265
Monday through Friday 8am-5pm
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