If looking for a shoulder injury accident attorney call (972) 599 4100. We will start working on your case immediately. As a Dallas accident lawyer, attorney Doug Goyen has represented residents of the Dallas area for auto accident injuries since 1997. The Law Office of Doug Goyen has settled thousands of car accident cases for millions of dollars for our clients. We provide powerful, experienced, and aggressive representation for our clients. You can count on us to get the compensation you deserve for your case.
Shoulder Injuries from Accidents and Negligence
You may have a legal remedy if a serious vehicle accident, slip and fall, workplace negligence, or premises liability has caused unbearable shoulder pain. This will allow you to receive compensation for medical treatment, lost income, and pain and suffering.
Any serious vehicle accident means adjusting to significant types of pain, learning to use limbs again within your limitations, attempting to sustain yourself without income, and undergoing months of medical treatment, including physical therapy. An injury to the shoulder and rotator cuff is one of the more difficult injuries a person can sustain.
Our shoulders and rotator cuffs serve as the pivot point from which we move our arms freely. Healthy shoulders allow us to carry items, drive a car, put on clothes, cook, clean, do yard work, and perform a plethora of other arm-related tasks. Rotator cuff and shoulder injuries have a significant impact on our ability to perform almost any job until the pain subsides.
→Specific Injuries to the Shoulder:
→Clavicle Fractures. A clavicle fracture is a break in the collarbone, one of the shoulder’s main bones. This type of fracture is relatively common, accounting for approximately 5% of all adult fractures. The majority of clavicle fractures occur when the bone is put under enough pressure by a fall onto the shoulder or an outstretched arm that it snaps or breaks. A broken collarbone can be excruciatingly painful and make it difficult to move your arm.
Most clavicle fractures can be treated by immobilizing the arm and shoulder with a sling while the bone heals. However, in some clavicle fractures, the bone fragments move far out of place when the injury occurs. Surgery to realign the collarbone may be required for these more complicated fractures.
→Proximal Humerus Fractures. A proximal humerus fracture is a break in the upper part of the arm’s bone (humerus). Pain, swelling, and a reduced ability to move the shoulder are all symptoms. Injuries to the axillary nerve or artery are possible complications.
The most common cause is a fall onto the arm or direct trauma to the arm. Diabetes and osteoporosis are two risk factors. X-rays or CT scans are commonly used to make a diagnosis. It is a humerus fracture. There are numerous classification systems.
Treatment usually consists of using an arm sling for a short period of time, followed by specific exercises. Even when the fragments are separated, this appears to be appropriate in many cases. Surgery is recommended less frequently.
Fractures of the proximal humerus are common. The elderly are the most commonly affected. They are the third most common fracture in this age group, after hip and Colles fractures. Women are more likely to be affected than men.
→Dislocation – Glenohumeral. The shoulder joint (also known as the glenohumeral joint) is the most mobile joint in the body, owing to its distinctive anatomical structure, which includes a very shallow socket. Unfortunately, it is also the joint in the human body that is most frequently dislocated. The joint is held in place or stable by a combination of bone, ligaments, and muscles, all of which play a role in shoulder stability. Because the bony part of the joint socket is so shallow, it is critical that all of these structures work properly to keep the joint from dislocating.
Glenohumeral subluxation is a partial or complete dislocation caused by changes in the mechanical integrity of the joint. A subluxation occurs when the humeral head slips out of the glenoid cavity due to rotator cuff weakness or a blow to the shoulder area. A subluxation can be classified as anterior (forward), posterior (backward), or inferior (downward). The difference between a shoulder dislocation and a shoulder dislocation is that the humeral head pops back into its socket.
→Acromioclavicular Sprains. The acromioclavicular (AC) joint is a component of the shoulder girdle (the collar bone and shoulder blade that support the shoulder joint). An AC joint injury is a shoulder injury that occurs at the top of the shoulder. It occurs at the point where the front of the shoulder blade (acromion) connects to the collarbone (clavicle). An AC joint injury is most commonly caused by trauma, such as a fall directly on the outside of the shoulder. Overuse (repeated overhead lifting of heavy weights or objects with poor mechanics) can also result in an AC joint injury.
→Rotator Cuff Tears. A rotator cuff tear is a painful shoulder injury that can severely limit the ability to move the arm and shoulder. The rotator cuff is made up of four muscles and tendons that allow the shoulder to move freely.
The rotator cuff is made up of four muscles and tendons that surround the shoulder joint and allow the shoulder to move freely. A rotator cuff tear occurs when one of the tendons tears as a result of an accident or repeated use. This injury is excruciatingly painful and can severely limit your arm and shoulder movement.
If you or someone you know needs the assistance of a shoulder injury accident attorney for an auto accident case call (972) 599 4100 for a free consultation and a free strategy session regarding your case. The strategy session includes a summary of your case, identification of the legal issues involved with your case, and identifying those legal issues that will help maximize your recovery in your case. We will email a copy of this strategy session to you for you to keep.
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DIRECTIONS TO OUR OFFICE
Law Office of Doug Goyen
15851 Dallas Pkwy #605
Addison, Texas 75001
(972) 599 4100 phone
Directions to our office: We are on the southbound side of the service road to the Tollway. Stay on the Dallas North Tollway until you come to the Keller Springs exit. Take the Keller Spring exit. Stay on the service road on the southbound side and go just past Keller Springs. Our office is the 2nd building south of Keller Springs, located on the service road to the North Dallas Tollway in the Madison Business Center on the 6th floor.
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