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Pennsylvania Repetitive Motion Injury Attorneys

Repetitive Motion Injury at WorkWorkers in many jobs are required to perform the same set of physical actions many times each day. Though these motions may not be very difficult, such as typing on a computer, the frequency of their repetition over the course of weeks, months, or years can take a significant toll. Repetitive motion injuries may develop as a consequence of this damage. Without proper treatment and sufficient time for recovery, workers are likely to suffer severe pain and will not experience an improvement in their condition.

If your occupational responsibilities have led you to develop a repetitive motion injury, you are likely entitled to seek workers’ compensation benefits. Contact the Pennsylvania repetitive motion injury lawyers of Lowenthal & Abrams, at 888-979-7298 for assistance with your worker’s compensation claim.

Examples of Repetitive Motion Injuries

The type of repetitive motion injury that an individual develops will be dependent upon the nature of their job and the specific part of the body that is being subjected to repetitious actions. Wear and tear on muscles, tendons, ligaments, and joints may lead to the following types of repetitive motion injuries:

  • Tendonitis
  • Bursitis
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome

Repetitive motion injuries can leave you unable to work and in significant discomfort. There is medical treatment available, but the costs are often high and the time commitment is considerable. As a result, workers’ compensation benefits are helpful in paying for your medical bills and for time lost from work.

Contact Us

The Pennsylvania repetitive motion injury lawyers of Lowenthal & Abrams, are committed to helping injured workers to secure the benefits that are due under the law. Contact us by calling 888-979-7298 today if you have suffered a work-related injury. We can help you file your claim, protect your benefits or obtain a lump sum payment.

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Repetitive Motion Injury and Your Right to Workers' Compensation Benefits
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If you suffer from a repetitive motion injury due to work, you are entitled to workers' compensation benefits.