Carpal tunnel syndrome refers to nerve damage that is the result of prolonged, repetitive activities such as typing or using a jackhammer. If you are suffering from the symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome, you may be entitled to workers’ compensation. Attorney can help you obtain compensation. He has been representing injured workers in Atlanta, Georgia, since 1978.
The symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome may include:
- Tingling or burning sensation
- Loss of grip strength
- Pain in the wrists
Many people with carpal tunnel syndrome lose sleep due to the discomfort, and find it difficult to continue to perform the work-related tasks that caused the nerve damage.
Georgia Hand Injury Attorney
Attorney will take forceful action on your behalf to obtain compensation. If you have a repetitive strain injury, it may be the result of work you have done for many different employers. For example, you may have spent many years in a career that required typing and worked for more than one employer over that period of time. In that case, your most recent employer may be responsible for compensating you for your injury.
Whether you are a nurse who was injured while catching a patient, or a utility worker who was hurt while climbing a telephone pole, an injury to your knee, hand or shoulder can disrupt your ability to work. No matter what your job is, you may be entitled to compensation if you suffered an injury while on the job. Attorney has been representing injured workers since 1978 and will take forceful action to pursue compensation on your behalf.
Knee, hand and shoulder injuries often require surgery and physical therapy. Workers’ comp will cover the medical bills. In many cases, people with knee or shoulder injuries are still able to work. Just because you are able to work does not mean you are not entitled to workers’ comp benefits. You can learn more by contacting attorney.
Georgia Repetitive Strain Injury Attorney
Attorney has represented individuals with injuries such as:
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Dislocated shoulders
- Tibia fractures
- Dislocated knees
- Torn ACLs
If you have suffered a work-related injury, notify your employer within 30 days as Georgia law requires and contact a lawyer as soon as possible. Attorney holds a master’s degree in rehabilitation counseling, which means that he understands the challenges you are facing.
Attorney takes workers’ comp cases on a contingency fee basis, which means that he does not get paid unless he succeeds in securing benefits for you. Schedule a free consultation with attorney by contacting his office in Atlanta