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Repetitive Stress Injuries

Proven California Lawyer Represents Repetitive Stress Injury Victims

San Jose firm seeks relief for workers harmed by job tasks

If you have suffered a medical condition that has developed over time because of repeated movements associated with a tool, machine or activity, an experienced personal injury lawyer can advise you if legal relief is available. At Staskus Law Firm, PC in San Jose, Kim David Staskus has spent more than four decades representing Northern Californians who’ve suffered repetitive stress injuries (RSIs) on the job.   Our firm has the resources and experience necessary to bring claims for these injuries, whether they resulted from typing, working with a power tool or operating a machine. We can determine if liability exists and pursue reimbursement that fully accounts for the harm you’ve suffered.

Experienced counselor provides skilled representation for injured clients

Repetitive stress injuries are also known as cumulative trauma, repetitive strain injuries, and overuse injuries. These types of injuries can result in different conditions and symptoms but often involve pain, numbness, tingling, reduced range of motion in the affected area, or loss of strength or coordination. Employees may have a claim for RSIs when the injury renders them unable to perform their job or even complete simple, everyday actions. If you have experienced any of these symptoms and believe repetitive stress is to blame for your injury, we can let you know what your options are.

Dedicated lawyer seeks workers’ compensation in RSI claims

Many occupations require certain motions and actions to be repeated, creating a harmful impact on one or more parts of the body. Some of the conditions that are categorized as repetitive stress injuries include:

  • Carpal tunnel syndrome — Pain, numbness and tingling in the hand and fingers can result from this condition, caused by pressure on the median nerve. This nerve runs the length of the arm and passes through a passageway in the wrist known as the carpal tunnel. Repetitive motions that compress the wrist such as typing on a keyboard and using a mouse or prolonged exposure to vibrations from using hand or power tools can all lead to carpal tunnel syndrome.
  • Lateral epicondylitis — Also known as tennis elbow, this injury is a painful inflammation of the elbow joint, and the pain is typically felt upon straightening or fully extending the arm. This condition is usually suffered by those who use hammers, screwdrivers or computers on a regular basis.
  • Prepatellar bursitis — An inflammation of the bursa in the kneecap, also known as prepatellar bursitis, causes pain, swelling, and redness in the affected area. Prepatellar bursitis is suffered by those whose jobs require them to kneel for long periods of time, so it is common for carpenters and plumbers.

If you have experienced any of these repetitive motion injuries linked to your job,  you might be entitled to workers’ compensation benefits for lost wages, medical costs and other types of damages. As a personal injury attorney experienced in assisting clients with these claims, Kim David Staskus can help you get the benefits you deserve while you’re unable to work.

Contact a skilled California attorney for a free consultation about a repetitive stress injury

If you have been injured as a result of performing repetitive physical tasks on the job, Staskus Law Firm, PC in San Jose can assist you in seeking compensation for medical expenses and lost wages. Please call 800-997-0370 or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation.

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