Austin and Tyler Knee Injury Attorneys
Disabling Injuries to Shoulders, Knees and Other Joints
A broken bone eventually heals, but that is not always true for injuries to joints. The shoulder joint and the knee joint in particular can be irreversibly damaged when connective tissues are torn or twisted violently in an auto collision or other serious accident.
At Colley & Colley, L.L.P., we know that knee injuries and shoulder injuries can be career-ending and severely disabling. We know that victims often endure multiple surgeries and endless therapies that never quite restore function and support. We know that every facet of a person's life can be affected. Our role is to demonstrate the impact and hold the negligent parties accountable for maximum compensation. Contact our East Texas firm today for a free consultation.
Austin Knee Injury and Shoulder Injury Lawyers
With offices in Austin and Tyler, we handle personal injury litigation across East Texas and statewide. Attorneys Paul Colley Jr. and Paul Colley, Jr. are a brother-sister team with more than 55 years of experience between them. They have assembled a committed legal team and nationwide network of medical experts, accident investigation specialists and other professionals to support clients in the pursuit of full compensation.
We routinely handle orthopedic injuries and joint injuries stemming from motor vehicle accidents and motorcycle accidents. We also see many knee and shoulder injuries in work accident cases, including injuries to construction, oilfield and railroad workers. We can handle any type of serious knee, shoulder or joint injury:
- Torn rotator cuff
- Torn labrum
- Separated or dislocated shoulder
- Broken or dislocated kneecap
- Ligament damage (torn ACL/torn MCL)
- Damaged cartilage
- Achilles tendon and ankle injuries
- Wrist injuries and carpal tunnel syndrome
'Soft Tissue' Injuries Are Not Minor Injuries
We work with clients and medical professionals to define the injury and its impact on employment and quality of life. Through magnetic resonance imaging (MRIs) and other diagnostics, as well as documentation of doctors and physical therapists, we detail loss of strength, lost range of motion or nerve damage, any permanent disability or disfigurement, the physical pain and emotional distress, and the tangible economic impact of medical costs and lost wages.
To speak with our Tyler shoulder injury lawyers, please call 844.325.9290 or contact us online. We offer personal attention from your free case evaluation through resolution of your case through settlement or trial, and you will owe no attorney fees unless we take on your case and recover compensation.