Repetitive Stress Injuries at Work in Boston

Repetitive stress injuries at work are caused by repetitive motion or repetitive strain. These injuries result from overuse of certain body parts including the arms, neck, and hands. These injuries can cause damage to tendons, nerves, and muscles from both overuse or misuse. An employer can suffer trauma from this repetitive task over a long period of time, leading to a workplace injury. If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with a work-related repetitive stress injury, our workers’ compensation attorney at Kantrovitz & Associates, P.C. can discuss the benefits you’re entitled to in Massachusetts.

Types of Repetitive Stress Injuries

Repetitive stress injuries are one of the fastest growing types of workplace injuries in and around Boston. Carpal tunnel syndrome is one type that affects the arms and wrists. Workers that are prone to these injuries include those using a computer, vibrating tools or equipment, or forklifts, to name a few.

Schedule a Free Legal Consultation with a Workers’ Compensation Attorney Today

If you have suffered repetitive motion injuries in the workplace in Boston, you may be eligible for temporary total disability, partial disability or permanent and total incapacity. Our Boston workers’ compensation law firm with over 20 years of experience works diligently to fight for the rights of individuals injured in the course of their employment. Our workplace injury attorney at Kantrovitz & Associates, P.C. only represent individuals injured in the workplace.

To schedule a free legal consultation to discuss your repetitive stress workplace injury, call our law office today at 800-367-0871. We serve Suffolk County including Boston, Jamaica Plain, and Revere; Middlesex County including Cambridge, Framingham, Lowell, Malden, Newton, Somerville, and Waltham; Norfolk County including Brookline; Essex County including Haverhill, Lawrence, and Salem; Worcester County including Fitchburg, Leominster, and Worcester as well as Plymouth County including Brockton and Plymouth.

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