Certified Workers’ Compensation Specialist*

Certified Workers’ Compensation Specialist*

Repetitive Stress Injuries: Your Options

Last updated on August 22, 2020

Repetitive stress injuries are among the most misunderstood workplace injuries. These injuries occur when too much pressure is placed on a joint over time due to overuse and repetitive motion. Repetitive stress injuries can affect many different joints and even cause back injuries.

If you are suffering from a repetitive stress injury, our attorneys at Pfeiffer Brown DiNicola & Frantz are prepared to help you get the compensation you need for medical care and any time you need to spend away from work. Call 570-391-0199 to talk to a lawyer at our office in Pottsville, Pennsylvania, about your options today for free. We will not charge to answer your questions or give advice. We only charge a fee when we win compensation for our clients.

We are proud to offer reduced fees to all of our workers’ compensation clients and extra discounts for union members.

Common Repetitive Stress Injuries

  • Carpal tunnel injury: This is a fairly common wrist injury that is caused by the overuse of the hand or wrist during actions like typing, assembly line work and cashiering. It can be very painful, making it difficult to do normal job duties.
  • Cubital tunnel syndrome: This swelling of the nerve behind the elbow can cause great pain for truckers, machinery operators and others. Symptoms include tingling in the fingers, pain near the elbow and general weakness in the hand.
  • Arthritis: Arthritis in any joint can be caused by overuse on the job. Because arthritis is often associated with the aging process, many workers may not think they can prove their arthritis stems from their jobs. Our attorneys have extensive experience investigating and proving job-related injuries of all kinds, and we will help you overcome the challenges you face.
  • Back injuries: Back pain can lead to problems in all areas of your life. It can make it difficult or even impossible for you to work in your current job or even another line of work. If you suffer a back injury from repetitive motion or any other work-related cause, we will offer you the legal support you need to obtain workers’ compensation benefits.

Did the insurance company’s doctor say you’re ready to go back to work? If the insurance company is preparing to cut off your benefits, call us as soon as possible to prepare for your hearing.

No Fees Unless We Win, Reduced Fees When We Do

Whenever you have questions about a repetitive stress injury, give us a call to talk about your options. We will not charge you any fees to discuss your injuries and give you advice. We only charge a fee if we take your case and end up winning compensation for you. And we always discount our fees. Call 570-391-0199 or complete our online form to reach our office today.