Rotator Cuff Surgery & Workman's Comp

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Rotator cuff injuries and surgeries can be degenerative and are sometimes not covered by workman's comp, but it is important to check with a lawyer about coverage. Find out the state laws related to rotator cuff surgery and workman's comp with help from a lawyer in this free video on workers' comp.

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Video Transcript

You have just injured your shoulder while on the job and you are wondering whether it's going to be covered. You heard something about perhaps having a rotator cuff injury and you've heard that many times rotator cuff injuries are degenerative in nature and not covered by Worker's compensation. Hello I'm Robert Todd and I'm here to answer the question the relationship between rotator cuff injuries and worker's compensation. First of all remember that each state has it's own worker's compensation law. So you want to check your particular state's laws on worker's compensation. And to a large extent this is a more then simple question or issue and so you may want to strongly consider consulting a worker's compensation attorney that specializes in the practice of worker's compensation law in your particular location. But you can suffer a rotator cuff injury while on the job, not all rotator cuff injuries are degenerative in nature and excluded. I'm Robert Todd and thank you for watching.


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