The activities you perform on a daily basis at work such as keyboard and mouse use or working with tools can lead to serious, debilitating injuries to your hands, wrists, shoulders, elbows and knees. If you have suffered carpal tunnel, tendinitis or another repetitive use injury in the workplace, Connell & Foresta will help you pursue a workers' compensation claim.
Since 1998, we have helped injured workers get appropriate medical care and the compensation they need to address their short- and long-term financial needs. We understand that being out of work can create significant stress for you and your family. We will guide you through the process of filing your claim and support you if it is denied or your benefits are terminated. To discuss your case with one of our Andover workplace repetitive injury attorneys in a free consultation, call 978-794-7900.
Pursuing Compensation for Injured Workers
Many people mistakenly believe that in order to file a workers' compensation claim, an injury must be sudden and traumatic. However, you can also file a claim if your injury developed over time due to repetitive use of your hands, arms, shoulders or legs. Some examples of repetitive use injuries include:
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Tennis elbow
These types of injuries can make it hard to perform tasks and result in excruciating pain and the need for costly surgical procedures and extensive physical therapy. Our lawyers are committed to helping you get the compensation you need to heal from your injuries. We will help you understand your rights regarding the workers' compensation system and handle any denials or terminations that arise. Additionally, if a third party was responsible for your injuries, we will pursue compensation from all available sources.
Contact a Lawrence Carpal Tunnel Injuries Attorney
If you have questions about repetitive stress injuries in the workplace, call us at 978-794-7900 to schedule a free consultation. You may also contact us online. You will not pay any legal fees unless we recover damages for you.