Repetitive Motion Injuries

Representing People With Repetitive Stress Injuries

Workers' Compensation Claims in North Carolina

No matter how small, the same movement repeated over time can lead to serious and painful medical problems. A repetitive motion injury is a type of injury that frequently can lead to a workers' compensation claim. These claims no not require an accident and are considered to be an occupational disease. At Ken Wayne & Associates, we will fight for people suffering because of an injury or occupational disease caused by work.

From office workers and grocery store clerks to factory workers, anyone whose job requires repetitive motion can be susceptible to a repetitive motion injury like carpal tunnel syndrome. When your injury is caused by work activities, you may be entitled to obtain workers' compensation. Success in an Occupational Disease claim requires specific evidence from your doctor. Speak to one of our attorneys who knows what evidence is required.

To speak to one of our experienced to see if you have an occupational disease claim, contact our office in Charlotte, North Caroline, for a free consultation.

Even Small Injuries Can Cause Big Pain

One of the main problems with obtaining workers' compensation benefits for people suffering from a repetitive motion injury like carpal tunnel syndrome is that these injuries occur over time and not from a single incident. Gradually, over time, the pain becomes unbearable. We will help you prove that your job was the cause of your injury and not some other non-work-related cause.

Questions frequently arise about the cause of a repetitive motion injury when insurance companies attempt to minimize or deny claims. Some of the common types of repetitive motion injuries include:

  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Rotator cuff tears
  • Tendonitis
  • Trigger fingers
  • Epicondylitis - tennis elbow
  • Shoulder problems

If you are suffering from carpal tunnel syndrome or any other repetitive use injury, you may be eligible for workers' compensation.

Contact us now for a free consultation about your workers' compensation case.

Hire an experienced lawyer to stand up for you during your workers' compensation claim. Speak to us at Ken Wayne & Associates today.

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