NYC Repetitive Trauma Injuries Lawyers
While we usually equate injuries with traumatic accidents, some injuries are caused by repetitive motions that cause minor damage, and aggregate over time. Performing the same duties daily over a career can lead to eventual injury or failure of certain body parts, impeding a workers’ ability to continue carrying out these actions.
The workers’ compensation attorneys at Kaplan Lawyers PC who have dealt with these types of repetitive injury cases and understand the frustration in not being able to adequately perform the various parts of your job. If you need medical attention, have been forced to miss time from work, or have earned less because of decreased production, you may be qualified for workers’ compensation benefits.
Some Types of Repetitive Trauma Injuries
Our workers’ compensation lawyers are well versed in handling virtually all kinds of these repetitive injury cases. Here are a few examples of types of repetitive trauma injuries:
Our team of experienced workers’ compensation lawyers will fight aggressively to get you the medical care you need and win back the wages you deserve. So if you believe you’re suffering from an injury caused by repetitive trauma, contact the workers’ compensation attorneys at Kaplan Lawyers PC. The consultation is free, and if we’re unable to win you benefits, we waive all legal fees. Repetitive injuries are often debilitating, and nobody knows how better to maximize the value of your workers’ compensation benefits than our attorneys.
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