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What To Know About Carpal Tunnel & Repetitive Motion Injuries

Not all workers’ compensation claims involve injuries suffered in accidents. Activities done on a daily basis can cause pain that impairs your ability to perform the most basic of work-related tasks. Do not minimize the impact of carpal tunnel or any other repetitive motion injury. Do not allow the insurance company to take control and deny you the benefits you deserve.

At the Law Offices of James F. White, P.C., we handle a wide range of workers’ compensation claims and work hard to maximize the benefits you deserve. Call us today at 508-763-6571.

The Most Basic Tasks Can Cause Career-Threatening Injuries

Performing the same activities over and over on a daily basis can cause serious degeneration of wrists or shoulders from overuse. While not considered risky in nature, administrative positions and assembly jobs can hamper your ability to perform the basic functions of your job in the future. You may not even be aware that you are suffering from carpal tunnel or a repetitive motion injury.

Contact our Franklin Office at 508-763-6571 to learn more about our “No Fee Unless Successful” approach. Call to speak with a knowledgeable workers’ compensation lawyer in Norfolk County.

Dedicated, Detail-Oriented And Diligent

Workers’ compensation claims involving carpal tunnel, tendinitis, and other repetitive motion injuries require the help of an experienced attorney. James F. White, the founder of our Massachusetts firm, attends to every detail to create a fact-based case. He reviews the specifics of the job and how it resulted in an injury. He collaborates with experts and physicians to identify the specific damage.

The insurance company will work hard to discount your injuries or claim a preexisting condition. We work harder to prove that you are entitled to benefits for your total or partial inability to work.

Call 508-763-6571 For A Free Initial Consultation

For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced lawyer regarding carpal tunnel or other repetitive motion injuries, please contact us. Our Norfolk County workers’ compensation lawyer accepts cases on a contingency fee basis, which means you don’t pay us unless we recover benefits for you.