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Carpal tunnel syndrome is actually a condition that involves placing of pressure on the median nerve. This median nerve is a nerve in the wrist that supply movement and feeling to other parts of the hand. Call us today at 470.268.5802  and be sure to get quality legal representation from the repetitive trauma injury experts.

Most employers are not likely to be upfront with their employees about their ability to get workers` compensation benefits as a result of carpal tunnel syndrome, radial tunnel syndrome, cubital tunnel syndrome, or any similar cumulative or repetitive injuries. Contact us today at 470.268.5802. We are always prepared and committed to helping our clients.

Do you know that repetitive motion injuries develop gradually over time. You may not realize that your job is hurting your health until it’s too late. Fortunately, workers’ compensation can provide benefits to the victims of repetitive motion injuries at work. If you’ve suffered this kind of injury our attorneys at Bobe & Snell Law Office LLC today.

Experienced Repetitive Trauma/Carpal Tunnel Syndrome & Workers Compensation

If an individual`s work needs repetitive tasks that use the arms and hands, he or she might be suffering from carpal tunnel syndrome, also called median neuropathy. Or he or she might be suffering from cubital tunnel syndrome, also known as ulnar neuropathy. These will prevent him or her from working, seriously affect his or her grip strength or capability to carry out fine manipulation tasks or cause tingling and numbness in his or her fingers. Though the company representatives might tell such a person that he or she is not entitled to any workers` compensation benefits for that condition, we are here to help. We are professional lawyers in the repetitive trauma field, and we help all our clients to know and understand their rights.

Repetitive Trauma / Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

We have extensive knowledge, skills, and expertise in dealing with workers` compensation claims in the industry. We strive always to level the playing field for our esteemed clients and ensure that they get full benefits they are entitled to. Give us a call today. We have a team of knowledgeable and skilled Repetitive Trauma / Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and workers compensation lawyers who are devoted to serving our clients.

Understanding Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal tunnel syndrome is actually a condition that involves placing of pressure on the median nerve. This median nerve is a nerve in the wrist that supply movement and feeling to other parts of the hand. Some of the symptoms of this condition (carpal tunnel syndrome) in hand and fingers (the thumb, index & index side of middle fingers) are:

• Tingling

• Numbness

• Muscle damage

• Weakness

Experienced Repetitive Trauma / Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Attorneys

Indeed, the employers are not likely to be upfront with their employees about their ability to get workers` compensation benefits as a result of carpal tunnel syndrome, radial tunnel syndrome, cubital tunnel syndrome, or any similar cumulative or repetitive injuries. Instead of just accepting the ideas of the company, it is always important to seek the advice of an experienced and knowledgeable attorney.

Our legal company is one of the leading experienced and professional legal firms in the industry. We are always prepared and committed to helping our clients. Contact us today. We offer confidential and free consultation services. Evening and weekend appointments are available. As experts, we always work with all our clients on a contingency fee basis—we will not ask any of the clients to pay us until they have received what they are entitled to. Choose us now and be sure to get quality legal representation from the repetitive trauma injury experts.

Repetitive Trauma

 

Repetitive Trauma Injuries

Call us today to find out how workers compensation attorneys can help with Repetitive Trauma / Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), repetitive strain injuries are the nation’s most common and costly occupational health problem, affecting hundreds of thousands of American workers and costing more than $20 billion a year in workers’ compensation costs. In the past, if an injury didn’t result from an accident, there was no workers’ compensation claim. Those days are gone and now it is understood that cumulative trauma injuries and occupational injuries that develop over time are eligible for workers’ compensation. Even if an injury cannot be tied to a single event, workers’ compensation benefits can be claimed.

There are a number of cases where simply performing your job to the best of your ability could be having an effect on your general health. Repetitive trauma injuries can occur when carrying out the same tasks at work over a prolonged period of time.