for Repetitive Stress Injuries
Believe it or not, workplace injuries aren’t always physical. Sometimes the biggest threats to our health are the menial tasks we undergo throughout the workday. Typing, bending over, or some other continuous, daily motion for your entire shift can be a drag. If you suffer injuries from doing the same repetitive tasks, LaMarca Law Office can help. If repetitive movement at the workplace is the cause for your pain, you could be a candidate for financial compensation. Want to know your rights as a worker? Contact our office today.
Repetitive Stress Injuries Are…
Repetitive stress injuries occur as a result of the same movement being repeated time and time again. The same repetitive motion results in increased stress on one part of your body which leads to muscle strains, inflammation, or potential tissue damage. A common injury related to this is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome which is the result of a pinched nerve that runs from your arm to your wrist. While it may seem like a minimal injury, it has the potential to seriously affect your work. These injuries can happen to any employee working at any job.
Common Repetitive Stress Injuries
• Lower Back Injuries
• Neck Injuries
• Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
• Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
• Ulnar Nerve Compression
• De Quervain’s Tenosynovitis
• Raynaud’s Syndrome
• Osgood-Schlatter Disease
• Patellofemoral Syndrome
• Stress Fractures
How to File a Claim for Repetitive Stress Injuries
When you deal with these types of injuries, they tend to build up over time, which can make it difficult to identify the cause of injury. If you are having a hard time with your claim, get the local professionals involved. We provide your legal representation throughout the process, help you file your claim, represent you in your hearing, and commit to finding resolutions that suit your interests.
Call LaMarca Law Office Today at (217) 492-9000
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