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New Jersey Personal Injury Lawyer

When you or a loved one have suffered an arm and/or shoulder injury as an accident victim, you need an experienced New Jersey injury lawyer to fight for the benefits you deserve.  At the Law Office of John F. Renner, P.C., we have built a reputation for excellence representing accident victims.  We understand the complexities of New Jersey accident law and aggressively protect your rights.  

The arm and shoulder are involved in nearly every activity whether on the job or at home. When the arm or shoulder becomes injured through a strain, partial or full tear, it can affect your ability to earn a living and impact your life outside of work. Shoulder injuries are common for workers who perform manual labor. Workers who perform heavy lifting and overhead work are the most at risk of suffering a torn rotator cuff or bicep tendon tear. These tears often occur as the result of a fall, heavy lifting or repetitive overuse of the arms.

Arm and Shoulder Injuries I Handle:

 
  • Separated Shoulder
  • Bicep Tendon Tears
  • Strains

Torn Rotator Cuffs do not just happen to baseball players, though that is often the first thing that comes to mind when people think of a torn rotator cuff. However, they are more common for workers who perform manual labor. The rotator cuff is located in the shoulder. The rotator cuff is a group of four muscles that come together as tendons to form a cover around the arm bone (humerus). The rotator cuff keeps the arm in the shoulder socket, attaches the arm to the shoulder blade and also helps to lift and rotate your arm. People can suffer either a partial or full tear of the rotator cuff. This injury will result In severe pain and loss of function in the arm. Generally, surgery is often the only remedy for a torn rotator cuff. The two most common forms of surgery are arthroscopic and open surgery. Arthroscopic surgery uses a tiny camera called an arthroscope to examine or repair the tissues inside or around your shoulder joint. The arthroscope is inserted through a small incision in your skin near the shoulder.

Contact John F. Renner when you or a loved one need a New Jersey personal injury lawyer.

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Additional Arm and Shoulder Injury Resources

 > Shoulder Injury Flow Chart
 > American Association of Orthopaedic Surgeons - Arm and Shoulder Information
 > Mayo Clinic - Rotator Cuff Injury Information
 > WebMD - Arm and Shoulder Injury Information


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