Seeking Compensation For Your Work-Related Injuries

Sometimes referred to as repetitive stress injuries, many people who perform the same action over and over throughout the workday can suffer a repetitive motion injury. Once a repetitive motion injury becomes apparent, it is important to seek immediate treatment. If you don't seek treatment, the injury could easily become aggravated and hurt your chances for recovery.

These injuries are covered under workers' compensation claims. Employers are responsible not only for the medical treatment and lost wages related to these work injuries, but they are also responsible for making any necessary modifications to the employee's work area to ensure that the injury is not aggravated in the future.

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At the law firm of Williams, Walsh & O'Connor, LLC, in North Haven, Connecticut, we represent clients in a wide variety of repetitive motion injury cases. We have a complete understanding about how these injuries occur and what it takes to recover from them. We are committed to helping you secure the benefits you need to get back to full health as soon as possible and ensuring that all necessary accommodations are made to ensure your long-term welfare.

We are prepared to help you with any repetitive motion injury, including:

  • Carpal tunnel and cubital tunnel syndrome
  • Bursitis
  • All varieties of tendinitis
  • Neck, shoulder and back pain
  • Hip, knee and leg pain
  • Lateral and medial epicondylitis
  • Dupuytren's contracture

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Contact our office today to discuss your repetitive motion injury and learn more about what we can do to help you. You can reach us online or call 203-285-3593 or 866-530-7228 to arrange a free case evaluation. We are located in North Haven, in proximity to the intersection of I-91, I-95 and I-84. For your convenience, evening and weekend appointments are available.

We handle all repetitive motion injury cases on a contingency fee basis. That means you pay no attorney fees unless we obtain compensation for you.