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Rotator Cuff Injury

A rotator cuff injury also referred to as a torn or tear rotor cuff is a common injury caused by a variety of different types of accidents; most often from motor vehicle accidents and slip and fall accidents. A rotator cuff is made up of four muscles and tendons that enclose the shoulder joint. When a rotator cuff injury occurs it may inhibit the individual’s ability to perform daily tasks because it automatically limits the range of motion. While torn rotator cuffs are most commonly associated with sporting injuries they are also common when a person is in an accident which results a high impact collision.

If you were involved in an accident resulting in a rotator cuff injury immediately seek medical attention. When a person is a victim of an accident resulting in a rotator cuff tear they have the right to seek compensation through a personal injury claim or lawsuit. It’s important you are aware of the statue of limitations and we always recommend contacting an experienced lawyer for a consultation.

If you have recently filed a legal claim or going through the litigation process for a rotator cuff injury, you may qualify for lawsuit funding. LawLeaf is a leading provider of lawsuit cash advances throughout the United States. We are experienced in securing legal funding for a variety of different types of accidents which result in rotator cuff injuries. If you are interested in receiving legal financing against your case, contact LawLeaf today. We provide pre settlement funding and post settlement funding to accident victims throughout the United States.

There are thousands of accidents each month which result in torn rotator cuff injuries. A person that is involved in a traffic collision, workplace injury or slip and fall may be severely injured. Rotator cuff tears may result in surgery and can be detrimental to those individuals that rely on their shoulder in a workplace capacity.

If you were involved in an accident you may have injured your rotator cuff if:

  • You are feeling excruciating pain on the top and outer parts of your shoulder
  • Pain throughout the arm
  • can’t raise your shoulder
  • Swelling & bruising around the injured area
  • Awakened by pain
  • Pain doesn't reside after a few days
  • Feeling pain when raising your hands above your head
  • Hard time carrying objects
  • Can't sleep on the injured area

If you have been involved in an accident resulting in a rotator cuff shoulder injury the severity is typically determined based upon the overall tear; the larger the tear the more painful the injury. While some rotator cuff injuries can be treated with moderate physical therapy regiments, most torn rotator cuff injuries will result in surgery and lengthy rehabilitation. Rotator cuff tears oftentimes result in temporary injections to reduce pain and surgical procedures to mend the tear.

If you have been involved in an accident resulting in a rotator cuff tear you may be out of work for weeks or months depending upon the severity of the injury and your job duties. While some people may be financially equipped to sustain during a lengthy suit, many are not. If you are evaluating a lawsuit loan against an accident resulting in a torn rotator cuff, we can help. LawLeaf provides litigation financing services to victims with soft tissue and catastrophic injuries. For additional information on a legal settlement loan, contact LawLeaf today.

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