Repetitive Stress / Repetitive Use Injuries
One of the challenges in obtaining workers’ compensation benefits for repetitive motion injuries is that these conditions develop slowly, over a long period of time. These injuries do not occur at a single moment in time, like a fall or a car accident. At the law office of J. Franklin Burns, we understand that repetitive motion injuries are cumulative. Our workers’ compensation attorneys know how to demonstrate that these injuries are caused by or aggravated by workplace conditions. Our lawyers have won workers’ compensation benefits for people just like you who have suffered severe pain in the hands, wrists, elbows, shoulders, back and neck from jobs requiring repetitive motion.
If you have developed carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis or any other repetitive stress injury because of the demands of your job, please contact the law office of J. Franklin Burns, P.C. to arrange a free consultation and case evaluation.
From our offices in suburban Atlanta, Georgia, our workers' compensation attorneys represent clients in all Georgia cities.