Shoulder Injury

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The shoulder, also called the shoulder girdle, consists of three bones: the scapula (shoulder blade), clavicle (collarbone) and humerus (upper arm bone). Two joints in the shoulder allow it to move: the acromioclavicular joint, where the highest point of the scapula (acromion) meets the clavicle, and the glenohumeral joint. Also the shoulder is a ball and socket joint held together by tendons and ligaments. If any part of the shoulder is injured you may be in for a lifetime of treatment as well as a much lower quality of life. It makes sense to contact our injury lawyers handling shoulder joint claims.

The shoulder joint is held together by cartilage known as the labrum. The labrum is the disc of cartilage that lines the glenoid. It stabilizes the shoulder girdle and minimizes excessive movement of the humerus (upper arm bone). The labrum also keeps the glenoid and the humerus together.

The rotator cuff is part of the shoulder region and is a network of 4 muscles that stabilize the shoulder and facilitate its range of motion.

Any injuries to the shoulder may qualify you for benefits and financial compensation. Call our shoulder injury lawyers now for a free case evaluation.