While workers’ compensation is commonly associated with single-incident injuries, like a fall from a great height, many injuries develop over time. Repetitive micro-movements over the years can lead to chronic pain and weakness.
A Johnson, Zegen, Scott, & Williams, PLLC, our Dallas repetitive work stress injury attorneys, understand how challenging filing a workers compensation claim successfully can be. Repetitive stress injuries are complicated and often challenging to prove. It is important to have an experienced repetitive work stress lawyer to help you through the process. Contact us by calling at 214-295-2900.
Repetitive work stress injuries affect the smaller muscles, ligaments, and nerves caused by repetitive motion or posture. The injuries are not new. In fact, repetitive stress injuries have been a common term since the 1970s. If you or someone you know is suffering from a repetitive work stress injury, please contact our dedicated attorneys at Johnson, Zegen, Scott, & Williams, PLLC to protect your rights.
The most affected areas usually include the smaller parts of the body, like the hands, wrists, elbows, neck, feet, and ankles. However, some injuries can affect the shoulders, back, hips, knees, and legs.
The most common types of repetitive motions include;
When workers suffer from a repetitive work stress injury, they can experience pain, tingling, numbness, loss of strength, loss of coordination, and reduced flexibility. At Johnson, Zegen, Scott, & Williams, PLLC, our Texas repetitive work stress injury lawyers are here to protect your rights. Call today and let us secure the compensation you deserve.
According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), 1.8 million workers a year are affected by repetitive workplace injuries. Our Dallas repetitive work stress injury lawyers at Johnson, Zegen, Scott, & Williams, PLLC, have extensive experience helping workers recover the compensation they deserve.
While a repetitive stress injury can affect anyone, the most common occupations considered high-risk include;
If you or someone you know suffers from a work injury, please seek medical attention. Treatments vary from frequent breaks, adding stretching and relaxation exercises to your routine, physical therapy, and in severe cases, surgery.
The key to a successful workers’ compensation claim for repetitive work stress injuries is a comprehensive medical diagnosis. At Johnson, Zegen, Scott, & Williams, PLLC, our Dallas repetitive work stress injury attorneys have extensive experience helping injured workers. We have the skills and resources you need to secure the workers’ compensation you deserve. Contact us for a free consultation of your case by clicking here or by calling us at 214-295-2900.