Minnesota Knee Injury Lawyer
Your knee is one of the most important structures of the body, providing you with stability, control and support. When your knee is out of commission, so are you. Any injury to the knee can dramatically impact your quality of life and often causes extreme and crippling pain. Regardless of whether you have been in a car accident, a work accident or a sporting accident, a blow to the knee can affect the tendons, muscles, cartridge, bones, joints and ligaments surrounding your knee.
The attorneys at McEwen & Kestner, PLLC handle all knee tears, ruptures and other injuries resulting from someone else’s negligence. If you or someone you love is currently struggling to overcome a knee injury caused by someone else’s neglect, then contact our team of experienced personal injury lawyers for legal advice you can trust.
Knee Trauma Accidents
A knee injury can happen anytime, anywhere. However, some of the common accidents that result in a knee injury include the following:
- Car and truck accidents that cause a heavy and sudden impact to the knee
- Sporting injuries that result due to someone’s obvious negligence
- Premise liability and slip and fall accidents
- Work-related accidents
- Defective product and product liability cases
- Boating and other recreational vehicle accidents
Most knee injuries are caused by intense impact to the knee area including the following:
ACL Injury – your ACL, or anterior cruciate ligament, is a crucial part of your knee that is usually torn or ruptured during a car accident, sporting accident or any other accident where intense impact hits the knee. An ACL injury will leave you in extreme, often crippling pain, which can impact your entire quality of life. You will most likely need surgery to recover from the problem and may still be facing a lifetime of chronic pain including arthritis, swelling and a complete loss of joint stability.
MCL Injury – the MCL or medial collateral ligament can be torn in a number of ways, resulting in three grades of tearing. Grade 1 tearing will take about 2 weeks to recover while Grade 3 tearing will take 4 months and usually involves surgery.
PCL Injury – the PCL, or posterior cruciate ligament is another knee ligament that is usually affected during a sudden blow to the knee. Like the MCL, there are three grades of tearing.
In addition to the above, our lawyers are also experienced in cases involving meniscus tears, patella fractures, patellar tendon repair and reconstruction and chondromalacia.
How we Can Help
Do not suffer in silence. Our lawyers can help you gain financial compensation for your knee accident so you can move on with your life. Our lawyers will fight to ensure you are compensated for:
- The loss of income from time of work as well as future time off work
- The emotional trauma
- The physical pain
- Specialist visits and surgeries
Let us help you get back on your feet. Contact McEwen & Kestner, PLLC at 651-224-3833 or toll free at (612) 324-1541 today to get the legal advice and financial compensation you deserve.