Philadelphia Repetitive Injury Attorney
You need not have suffered an accident to sustain a workplace injury and collect workers’ compensation. Injuries from repetitive motion are just as serious and deserve the benefits that those with other workplace injuries receive. Whether you sustained an injury due to prolonged typing, using a jackhammer, or other repetitive motion at work, the personal injury lawyers at MyPhillyLawyer in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, can help you obtain fair compensation.
Do you suffer from carpel tunnel syndrome or another repetitive injury? Contact a workers’ compensation lawyer to discuss your case in a free consultation. Call 215-227-2727.
Experienced in Handling Repetitive Strain Injury Claims in Pennsylvania
Repetitive stress injuries result from the repeated movement of a certain part of the body. They are common in people who spend much of their day doing one type of motion.
These cases are sometimes more challenging than other workplace injuries because the damage is not clearly visible. Insurance companies are more likely to claim that an accident outside of work caused the injury, or that the injury is not severe enough to warrant workers’ comp benefits.
Our firm has decades of experience representing clients in workers’ compensation cases. We work with medical and occupational experts who can testify to the cause of the repetitive injury and the extent of damage and suffering. We know how to build a strong case that allows us to effectively negotiate for fair benefits or take your case to trial to recover what you deserve.
We can handle repetitive motion injury cases involving:
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Tennis elbow
- Numbness in the hands, wrists, arms, legs or other parts of the body
- And other injuries
Call the Philly Repetitive Injury Lawyer Today: (866) 352-4572 Toll Free, 215-227-2727 (local).
If you suffer from repetitive injury, contact the attorneys at MyPhillyLawyer to learn your rights under workers’ law. Find out how we can help if you obtain the benefits you deserve.