PA Repetitive Strain Lawyer, Freeburn & Hamilton
Freeburn & Hamilton has been successfully representing injured workers for many decades. Our workers’ compensation attorneys are committed to providing excellent legal service for our clients in pursuit of the maximum compensation provided by law. Our Pa Repetitive Strain Lawyers are certified by the Pennsylvania Bar Association as specialists in workers’ compensation law. There are less than 200 lawyers in Pennsylvania that have attained this certification.
If you work in an office and you spend a lot of time typing on a computer, you should know about Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI).
RSI is a catch-all phrase that covers many symptoms, including tendonitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, cubital tunnel syndrome, etc. Basically, if your hands or wrists hurt, lose feeling, tingle, burn, ache, or feel stiff, that’s probably RSI.
RSI is potentially disabling. It can make typing, writing, eating, and even holding hands painful. It can last for many years. Yet you can get RSI in just one week, or even less.
The most common way to get RSI is too much typing in bad ergonomics – meaning in an office workstation environment that is not user friendly.
Writing or other repetitive activities can also cause RSI. For some people, RSI comes on suddenly. For others, it comes on gradually.
The most common signs of RSI are pain, numbness, or tingling. If you feel these signs, go see a doctor. If these symptoms come occasionally and go away quickly when you stop typing, try taking more breaks and improving your work station setup. You can get a free work station evaluation from the Office of Environmental Health and Safety.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has estimated that RSI costs more than $20 billion a year in workers’ compensation payments nationwide. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, data entry workers missed an average of five days of work and secretaries missed an average of 4.5 days of work from RSI in 2002.
If your symptoms of RSI are more serious or persist, go back to your doctor.
Why Call Freeburn & Hamilton, Your PA Repetitive Strain Injury Lawyer?
You should consult the experienced PA Repetitive Strain Injury Lawyer team with Freeburn & Hamilton, because you may be eligible to receive workers’ compensation because of your RSI injury. Our workers’ compensation attorneys are certified by the Pennsylvania Bar Association as specialists in workers’ compensation law. There are less than 200 lawyers within Pennsylvania that have this certification. You can trust that Freeburn & Hamilton workers’ compensation attorneys have the years of experience, the knowledge of the law and the skill to represent you!
Schedule a free consultation with a PA Repetitive Strain Injury Lawyer from Freeburn & Hamilton today. Call the 7’s, (717) 777-7777 or (570) 777-7777 or complete the contact form on this page.
In addition to the call and consultation being free, Freeburn & Hamilton will not charge you a fee unless we recover money for you.
Freeburn & Hamilton has 12 office locations throughout Central Pennsylvania from which we serve people from all over Pennsylvania. Freeburn & Hamilton has offices in Harrisburg, Lebanon, Camp Hill, Gettysburg, Mifflintown, Huntingdon, Carlisle, Lewistown, and more.
If you can’t come to us because of your injury, we will come to you. At Freeburn & Hamilton, WE MAKE HOUSE CALLS! We will meet you at your home or in the hospital, anywhere in Pennsylvania. We will meet you in the evening or on the weekend, whenever is most convenient for you.
If you cannot work because of Repetitive Strain Injury, our professional legal staff at Freeburn & Hamilton will handle all aspects of your workers’ compensation claim. We know that you just want to move on with your life. We will help you understand your rights, and the options available to you after you have suffered a Repetitive Strain Injury. We will guide you through:
- Initial claims
- Denied claims
Obtaining the Benefits that You Deserve
If you have suffered a Repetitive Strain Injury, you need help. In many cases people who suffer from an RSI will miss work for a period of time and will need financial help.
Workers’ compensation can provide medical care, compensation for lost wages, and other additional benefits. At Freeburn & Hamilton, it’s our job to see to it that you get the workers’ compensation benefits you deserve and for which you are eligible.
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