Often, when people think of workplace injuries, they tend to consider only traumatic one-time accidents. In reality, there are numerous injuries that can occur slowly over a period of time as a result of your job function. From office workers to construction employees, repetitive motions can cause significant and lasting harm to anyone.
When you are pursuing a workers' compensation claim, it is essential to select a law firm with experience, dedication and a track record of success. Contact The Jacobson Law Firm, APC, at 310-277-2266 to discuss your case with a respected workers' compensation attorney.
Our lawyers have an in-depth understanding of these complex laws and understand the nuances associated with repetitive strain cases. We provide comprehensive services that can help you access the right type of medical treatment for your condition as we fight for your right to compensation. When building your claim, we work with medical specialists and life-care economists to accurately determine the extent of your injuries, current and future medical costs, and wage replacement now and into the future.
Did You Know?
From a legal standpoint, cumulative trauma injuries, as with all workplace injuries, are covered under the no-fault protection of the workers' compensation system. This means regardless of whether or not you were lifting boxes correctly or typing in an ergonomic manner, you are still able to claim workers' compensation for your injuries.
Contact Us — Legal Solutions For A Wide Range Of Repetitive Motion Injuries
Contact our Los Angeles, California, law firm if you believe your work environment has caused a cumulative trauma injury such as:
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Tennis elbow
- Hearing loss
- Bad back
- Bad knees
- Pinched nerves
- Prolonged toxic exposure to chemicals
We offer a free initial case evaluation, so there is no risk in learning more about your rights and options if you have been injured over time at work. We collect attorney fees only if we win your workers' compensation claim and secure benefits on your behalf.
To learn more and begin protecting your rights, please send us an email or call 310-277-2266.