Verdicts & Settlements

Repetitive Motion Causes Carpal Tunnel Syndrome in Office Worker

When our client was diagnosed with carpal tunnel syndrome she was not aware that the repetitive motion of keyboarding on her computer at the office every day over a period of years could be the cause – and that she had the right to workers’ compensation benefits – until a friend convinced her to contact us. We won for her the full cost of medical treatment, lost wages during treatment and a lump sum payment for the permanent damage to her arm. Repetitive motion can cause other covered conditions, and other kinds repetitive motion work are also covered. (Dollar award confidential.)


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