Are You Suffering From A Repetitive Stress Injury? We Can Help.

Job injuries are problems not only for carpenters, firefighters and farmers. Whether you work on a construction site or in an office — or any other environment — you could suffer an injury in the workplace.

Many people who perform office work or light physical labor are at risk of developing repetitive stress injuries. If your job involved repeating certain movements on a frequent basis, this can take a toll on you.

At Gay Chacker & Ginsburg, in Philadelphia, we help people who suffer workplace injuries, including repetitive stress injuries, recover the workers’ compensation benefits they need and deserve.

Protecting Your Right To Receive Benefits

In Pennsylvania, New Jersey and the surrounding states, workers’ compensation systems exist to provide injured workers the medical treatment and income replacement they need.

However, workers’ compensation programs are typically controlled by insurance companies and company doctors who look out for their own interests rather than the workers’.

If you are suffering from carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis, back strain or other occupational conditions, as your attorneys we will work hard to ensure your case is handled properly. With decades of experienced handling workplace injury cases, we understand the challenges you face, and we will offer knowledgeable, dedicated legal counsel.

Build A Strong Claim

When you suffer from a condition related to repetitive strain, our lawyers can advise you on exactly how to file a strong workers’ compensation claim. We have the skills it takes to help injured workers overcome:

  • A denial of benefits
  • Insufficient disability ratings for long-term repetitive stress injuries
  • Wrong or incomplete diagnoses
  • Suspension of benefits before you return to work

To discuss your options with a lawyer at our firm, call 877-577-5796 or fill out this form to contact us online. We will provide you with a free initial consultation and case review, and you are under no obligation to hire us. Should you retain our firm, you pay no legal fees until we recover compensation for you.