Repetitive Trauma Work Injuries
Get Help from Our Sacramento Workers' Comp Attorneys
Repetitive trauma, also known as cumulative trauma, repetitive motion injuries,
repetitive stress injuries, and repetitive strain injuries, develops over
time. Carpal tunnel syndrome, a debilitating injury of the wrist, is perhaps
the most widely known example. However, repetitive trauma can impact almost
any joint in the body.
40+ Years Handling Workers’ Compensation Cases
At the law offices of Smolich & Smolich, our
Sacramento workers’ compensation attorneys have more than 40 years of experience handling cases involving repetitive
trauma in the lower back, which can develop from years of heavy lifting,
as well as those involving repetitive trauma in the knees, shoulders, and more.
Victims of repetitive strain injuries must realize that they have valid
workers' compensation claims. Even if your injuries were not suffered
in a single workplace accident, your claim is just as valid and your injuries
are just as serious. In fact, these injuries can be career-ending in many cases.
- Some examples of repetitive trauma injuries include:
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Rotator cuff injuries
- Chronic pain
Get the Medical Treatment You Need to Make a Recovery!
Surgery, physical therapy, or some other form of medical treatment may
be required to address repetitive trauma injuries of the shoulder, knee,
lower back, and other areas. We work hard to make certain that workers'
compensation covers the medical treatment you need and that you are not
forced to suffer any longer than necessary.
The true goal of worker's compensation should be to help you get better
and back to work, if at all possible. The priority of our Sacramento lawyers
is to ensure that you obtain the full and fair amount you need to make
a complete recovery.
Contact Smolich & Smolich online or call us at (916) 571-0400 (local) or (888) 452-0703 (toll free) to
schedule your free case evaluation!