REPETITIVE STRESS INJURIES IN THE WORKPLACE
LEARN ABOUT REPETITIVE STRESS INJURIES IN THE WORKPLACE AND HOW YOU CAN PURSUE WORKERS' COMPENSATION FOR YOUR INJURY
Work-Related Repetitive Stress Injuries
Many employees are beginning to complain of repetitive stress injuries or disorders (RSD). RSD’s are prevalent among many types of professions, and certainly not limited to more laborious types of work.
Have you suffered repetitive stress injury? You may be eligible for compensation benefits. Call our Massachusetts repetitive stress injury lawyers at (888) 558-0622 and ask about your legal options!
What Type Of Work Leads To RSD?
With many more employees sitting at desks and using computers as part of their job, keyboard motions can contribute pain in the joints and muscles particular in the wrists, shoulders, and elbows. Repetitive stress injuries occur when an employee performs the same movements, such as clicking the mouse and returning to typing. It may also include actions repeated while working in retail, such as scanning at a checkout stand, or working on an assembly line.
Brooks Law has represented clients who have sustained repetitive stress injuries in MA, such as:
Carpal tunnel syndrome
Chronic back pain
As MA workers’ comp attorneys, we know how complex the laws can be when it comes to repetitive stress injuries and ongoing trauma. Brooks Law has attained numerous successes for clients over the years. We have helped countless others who are currently struggling to pay their medical bills and are having difficulty working due to their RSD.
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