Virginia Workers’ Comp Cases and Knee Injury Treatments

No matter what type of knee injury you may have suffered, if it was the result of work-related tasks or activities, you could be entitled to Workers’ Compensation benefits. To learn what your rights are, consulting with Richmond, Virginia, attorneys should be your next step.  

Workers’ comp cases may cover medical treatments for work-related injuries. This can be very helpful since you may be facing expensive medical bills. In addition, you may be unable to work for an extended period of time. This could also entitle you to receive compensation for your lost wages. 

Treatment will be dependent on the exact type of injury and severity but could include any of the following: 

  • elevation;
  • rest;
  • ice therapy;
  • compression;
  • knee splint;
  • crutches;
  • knee immobilizer;
  • physical therapy;
  • medication for pain and/or swelling; and
  • surgery. 

Recovery time could last weeks or even months. If the injury was disabling, you may not be able to return to work at all, or at least not in the exact position you once held. 

Virginia workers’ comp cases involving knee injury can become complex. You may even find that your claim has been denied. If you need help, contact Richmond, Virginia, attorneys as soon as possible.  

Contact Richmond, Virginia, Attorneys about Your Workers’ Compensation Claim 

When you have difficulties with your Workers’ Compensation claim, a Virginia workers’ comp attorney can bear some of the burden you’ve been placed under. To get back on your feet, whether it means getting back to work or getting the benefits you deserve, order a copy of our free book, the Ultimate Guide to Workers’ Compensation in Virginia, and contact a workers’ comp attorney at the Injured Workers Law Firm for a no-cost consultation – 877-755-7744 or 804-755-7755.


About the Author:

The Injured Workers Law Firm is a Richmond, Virginia based firm solely focused on serving clients with workers' compensation claims in Virginia. If you have questions about your benefits or if you would like more information on the Virginia Workers’ Compensation system, order our book, “The Ultimate Guide to Workers’ Compensation in Virginia” , or call our office today (804) 755-7755.