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Asked on: 8/13/10, 11:06 am

workman's comp question: torn labrum and rotator cuff, has not regained full range of motion after months of therapy, what is the settlement value for shoulder injury?

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Answered on: 8/18/10, 11:14 am by Sal Sheikh

You need to retain an attorney if you have not already done so.

There are other factors to consider.

If you have not already retained counsel and would like to discuss your claim, feel free to contact me.

312-532-8554 OR looplaw@gmail.com


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Answered on: 8/18/10, 11:14 am by Mike Helfand

There is no way to tell you without seeing your medical records. That said, if a lawyer cared about your health as a client, the best answer is don't settle yet as you still have problems. You can keep your medical rights open for life and still get paid by going to arbitration. If you want our help, call us at 800-517-1614.


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Answered on: 8/19/10, 7:00 am by Nima Taradji

Don't do any settlement negotiations without an attorney who has seen your records, charts and knows your case inside out. You will short-change yourself and there is no way you can get fair compensation negotiating this on your own.

Nima Taradji

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