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Repetitive Trauma

Workers in certain industries often complete the same tasks over and over again every day. Some employees repeat these activities for several years. Depending on the line of work, repetitive motion or repetitive stress injuries can cause tremendous pain certain body parts such as:

  • Back Injuries
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Joint Injuries
  • Knee Injuries
  • Neck Injuries
  • Rotator Cuff Injuries
  • Shoulder Injuries
  • Spinal Cord Injuries
  • Tendonitis

In many cases, these types of injuries prevent victims from being able to continue working. Additionally, these people can experience severe pain outside their workplaces when completing basic everyday tasks.

If you have suffered some kind of repetitive trauma injury, you may be able to file a workers’ compensation or other personal injury claim for medical bills, lost wages, or other compensation. There are very strict deadlines, requirements, and paperwork that need to be satisfied when pursuing these claims.

It can be extremely difficult to obtain compensation for repetitive stress injuries because these injuries develop over the course of time. This makes it tricky to demonstrate the exact cause of such injuries, and as a result, many people see their worker’s compensation claims for a repetitive motion injury denied.

If you have sustained one of these types of injuries, you should seek the help of the Chester County repetitive trauma lawyers at Ciccarelli Law Offices. Our firm has decades of experience with workers’ compensation and personal injury claims, and we also provide our legal services on a contingency fee basis so you do not owe us anything unless we get you a monetary award.

Our repetitive trauma attorneys work as a team to investigate these cases and compile evidence, and you can let us review your own case by calling (610) 719-3190 right now to schedule a free consultation.  Ciccarelli Law Offices has offices in the West Chester area, including Malvern, King of Prussia, Radnor, Kennett Square, Lancaster, Plymouth Square, and Philadelphia.