Repetitive Stress or Motion Injuries
Queens, NY Workers’ Compensation Attorneys Repetitive Stress or Motion Injuries | Carpal Tunnel Syndrome | Joint Injuries
If your job requires you to perform the same task repeatedly, hour after hour, day after day, the continual stress can lead to inflammation and pain that can make it difficult or impossible to engage in many ordinary daily acts or perform your usual tasks at work. Tasks do not need to be a physically demanding, either. You may incur injury if your job requires you to perform repetitive tasks, even something as seemingly harmless as typing for long periods of time.
Under the New York workers’ compensation laws, you have a right to obtain benefits for injuries sustained due to repetitive motion or stress on the job.
If your employer or their insurer seeks to attribute your injury to some other cause, an experienced workers’ comp attorney can provide the legal help you need to obtain benefits
How Our Queens Workers’ Comp Attorney Can Help
At Pyrros & Serres LLP, extensive experience gives our lawyers have in-depth knowledge of workers’ compensation laws and claims. Because every injury is different, we know how important it is to find out what happened to you and evaluate what you need to compensate for your losses. Our attorneys know the stress and anxiety that arise when you can’t work and meet your financial obligations. We are here to help, placing a premium on legal services tailored to your needs and resolving your claim as efficiently as possible.
Protecting Your Legal Rights
The attorneys at our New York law firm handle all matters related to workers’ compensation claims. We’ll help you get the medical attention you need and ensure that your claim is processed correctly, so that you get full and fair compensation.
Our attorneys have represented thousands of injured workers successfully before the New York’s Workers’ Compensation Board and we can help you too.
- Inflammation of muscles, tendons or nerves caused by repeated bending, pushing, pulling, squatting, turning, standing, sitting or lifting
- Carpal tunnel syndrome or other similar conditions stemming from typing, clicking, squeezing, pinching, shaking, twisting or other hand or arm movements
- Neck, shoulder, back and rotator cuff pain caused by repeated head or upper torso movement
- Numbness, tingling, burning sensations, itching or other discomfort related to continuous motion or stress