Chicago, Illinois, Repetitive Injuries Attorneys

At Taradash Law Office, our workers' compensation lawyers help individuals who have suffered repetitive stress injuries. These injuries are common in an office setting, but can also occur with construction workers, factory workers and in a variety of other industries as well. No matter where you work or how you suffered your repetitive motion injury, our well-respected attorneys can help.

To learn more about your options regarding your workplace injuries, contact our McHenry, Illinois, repetitive injury attorneys. We will explain each option you have available to you and how it will affect your case.

A McHenry Work Injury Lawyer Helping Victims Injured Due to Repetitive Motions

Our stress injury attorneys have assisted individuals throughout Illinois with all types of injuries, including:

  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Tenosynovitis
  • Tendinitis
  • Bursitis
  • Ganglion cysts

These conditions are very serious matters. We will work with you to help you obtain the physical therapy, and possibly surgery, that you need to make a full recovery.

The Causes of Repetitive Stress Injuries

The symptoms of a repetitive stress injury can become unbearable rather quickly. From severe joint pain and tingling to numbness and other issues that require medical attention, the symptoms are very severe. The causes of these symptoms can be a variety of different things, including:

  • Repetitive tasks
  • Forceful activities
  • Mechanical compression or pressing against hard surfaces
  • Constant vibrations
  • Maintaining awkward positions

Consult With an Experienced Crystal Lake Repetitive Motions Work Injury Lawyer

If you have questions regarding a workplace injury in Illinois, do not hesitate to consult with our McHenry repetitive injuries attorneys. The sooner you involve us in your case the sooner we can begin to gather evidence that can maximize the compensation you are entitled to. Call Today 815-669-4635.

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