Columbus workers who experience frequent neck, shoulder, back, knee, foot, wrist/hand and other pain/tingling/burning sensation may be suffering from an on-the-job injury. If you suspect that your condition may be due to an undiagnosed on-the-job injury, or if your workers’ compensation or Social Security disability claim has been denied, contact lawyer James Monast for a free, no-obligation consultation to determine whether you’re entitled to compensation and benefits.
Cumulative On-the-Job Injury Can Take Years to Develop
Repetitive strain and sprain injuries don’t happen overnight. Years can pass before victims experience symptoms of injury or disability. Typing, lifting, bending, twisting or any other motion made day after day and year after year can cause job-related injury that leads to difficulty maintaining gainful employment, lost wages, and even workplace conflict.
You Could Be Eligible for Compensation and Benefits
On-the-job injuries resulting from repetitive motion can qualify for Ohio workers’ compensation or Social Security disability benefits. If you feel that your frequent neck, shoulder, back, knee, wrist/hand, foot or other pain may be a work injury, contact Monast Law Office today. We’ll review your case and provide expert legal advice on compensation and benefits eligibility for repetitive strain/sprain injuries, including:
- Reflex sympathetic dystrophy
- Carpal/cubital tunnel syndrome
- Complex regional pain syndrome
- Trigger thumb/finger
Specialized Representation Is Critical for Repetitive Motion On-the-Job Injury
Repetitive strain/sprain on-the-job injury claims are commonly denied, so it’s especially important to choose your legal representation carefully. With James Monast, board-certified lawyer in Ohio worker’s compensation law, on your side, you will have exceptional legal representation from years of experience with job-related injury cases like yours. Whether you’re considering a compensation claim or have been denied compensation and benefits, contact James Monast. Your initial consultation for your on-the-job injury is free, and our legal team will be happy to advise you on the best course of action to get the compensation to which you may be entitled. Give our Upper Arlington law office a call at (614) 334-4649 or download our FREE guide for injured workers in Ohio.