Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: Obtaining Relief From Work-Related Injuries

Posted By Katz Leidman Grossman Wolfe & Freund || 3-May-2013

In almost any industry or profession, there are certain jobs that require workers to perform repetitive motions as part of their assigned duties. It is an unfortunate fact, however, that those continuous motions could be causing workers to experience severe pain, long-term lack of mobility and ultimately arrive at the point where they are unable to perform their designated tasks. While there are numerous injuries which can occur from repetitive work-related motions, carpal tunnel syndrome is a very common condition that people often try and simply "work through" rather than filing a workers' compensation claim in order to be able to obtain relief from their work-related injury.

At Katz Leidman Grossman Wolfe & Freund, we understand the pain associated with carpal tunnel syndrome. We also know the negative effects this type of injury can have on your ability to perform basic functions such as writing, typing, cooking, driving, attending to basic hygiene matters, caring for your children and more. If you or a loved one lives in the New York area, and is suffering from carpal tunnel syndrome as a result of your duties at work, we recommend you contact our firm and consult with a skilled workers' compensation lawyer right away.

Although you may consider attempting to file a claim on your own, you will likely find that having an experienced workers' compensation lawyer on your side will prove extremely beneficial. Not only will our firm be able to help you navigate through the various forms and documentation required to file your workers' compensation claim, but we will work with you closely to help you gain enough time to recover, and seek all the benefits you may be able to claim under state law.

If you have questions about carpal tunnel syndrome, or need legal assistance with a workers' compensation claim, contact a New York workers' compensation attorney at our firm today.

Categories: Occupational Diseases