HAVE YOU SUFFERED WEAR & TEAR INJURIES AT WORK?
If you are tasked to do difficult and/or repetitive work, it can begin to wear on your body and strain your muscles. Examples of repetitive work can include typing and/or using the same machinery and/or tools day in and day out. While this may just seem like a normal part of life, repetitive strain injuries (RSI) are serious workplace injuries. As a result of these cumulative trauma injuries, you may be entitled to workers' compensation.
Contact Solimon | Rodgers, P.C. today at (909) 620-7300 to speak with an attorney about any type of injuries you have sustained at work.
TYPES OF Continous Trauma INJURIES
Although they are common in the industrial and construction fields, continuous trauma injuries can occur in any industry. These injuries can cause strains to nerves, discs, ligaments, muscles, tendons, and other parts of the body. If you have found that simply performing your job functions causes you discomfort, stress, pain, or have led to the inability to work, our workers' compensation attorneys can help.
A few examples of the most common injuries include:
- Tennis elbow, also known as epicondylitis
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Cubital tunnel syndrome
- Thoracic outlet syndrome
- Cervical radiculopathy
- Stress fractures
GUIDING YOU THROUGH THE CLAIMS PROCESS
When you have suffered an injury at work, it is critical that you get all the medical care and benefits you need to sustain you while you recover to the fullest extent possible. The attorneys at Solimon | Rodgers have the knowledge, experience and determination needed to successfully represent you. Contact us today for a free consultation and evaluation of your case.