Shoulder Injuries Caused by Albuquerque Trucking Accidents

- Mark Caruso

Albuquerque Trucking Accidents Can Cause Serious Personal Injuries and Even Death, Especially Shoulder Injuries Which are Common, Debilitating, and Painful

All motor vehicles can cause serious personal injuries.  However, tractor trailers, flatbeds, 18-wheelers, big rigs, tankers, and other large commercial trucks are more likely to cause very serious personal injuries than other, smaller vehicles.  One of the most common injuries caused in any motor vehicle accident is a shoulder injury.  This is because the shoulder is locked in with a seatbelt and, while the seatbelt can and will save an occupant’s life, a seatbelt can also cause shoulder injuries.  These injuries are more likely in trucking accidents because of the shear size of the truck and the force of the impact.

If you or a loved one have sustained a shoulder injury caused in an Albuquerque trucking accident, call the experienced Albuquerque trucking accident attorneys are the Caruso Law Offices, P.C. by dialing (505) 883-5000 for a FREE case evaluation.  Our experienced attorneys know how debilitating a shoulder is, and how complicated the anatomy is.  This is important because it allows us to know what experts to get for your case and how to present your injuries to the other side, the defendant’s insurance carrier, the judge, and the jury.  We will fight hard to protect your rights and hunt for the maximum compensation you may be entitled to.

Common Shoulder Injuries Caused by Albuquerque Trucking Accidents

Even low speed trucking accidents can cause devastating injuries, particularly to the shoulder.  These injuries at low speeds are caused by the momentum that funnels through the truck and into the victim’s vehicle.  Given how the seatbelt locks a person in the vehicle, this can result in serious injuries such as tearing or even breaking tendons or bones.

Some common injuries caused by Albuquerque trucking accidents include the following:

  • Broken bones, such as the arm, clavicle; scapula, or other bones in the shoulder;
  • Torn biceps tendon(s) which connect at the shoulder;
  • Torn rotator cuffs;
  • Torn labrum;
  • Tendonitis;
  • Tendonosis;
  • Nerve impingement;
  • Nerve damage or tearing at the brachial plexus;
  • Need for arthroscopic surgery;
  • Loss of sensation in arm or fingers;
  • Amputation;
  • Intense scarring; and
  • Other relating injuries to the shoulder.

Shoulder Injuries are Painful and Can Result in Compensation, Call us Today to Learn More!

If you or a loved one has been injured in a motor vehicle accident, call the experienced New Mexico truck accident attorneys at the Caruso Law Offices, P.C. today by dialing (505) 883-5000 You can also contact us on our website through the easy to use and convenient Contact box located by clicking here.