Rotator Cuff Full Thickness Tear
A rotator cuff full thickness tear is also called a complete tear. The tissue is split into two pieces whereby there is basically a hole in the tendon. Most common symptoms include: pain when lying on the affected shoulder, pain when lifting and lowering your arms, weakness when lifting the arm, and a crackling sensation when moving the shoulder in certain positions.
Potential Settlement Value
In 2013, the Court in Clark v Bullock, 2013 BCSC 944 awarded the injured person $120,000 for injuries that included a full thickness shoulder tear.Read the Full Decision on CanLII
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