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Advocating For Workers Afflicted By Repetitive Strain Injuries

Under New Jersey law, workers’ compensation is intended to compensate employees for all work-related injuries. Most people know that they are entitled to workers’ compensation benefits when they are injured at work on one specific occasion, but what they do not know is they are also entitled to benefits when they suffer from a repetitive motion injury.

Certain occupations require employees to repeat certain movements many times over the course of a workday. Over a period of time, these repetitive motions can cause a person’s body to break down. Repetitive motion injuries, also referred to as repetitive strain injuries, are extremely painful and can severely impair one’s ability to perform his or her job duties. These injuries often occur not only in industrial environments but also in office settings.

We Design Effective Claims For A Range Of Injuries

If you or someone you love has suffered a repetitive motion injury in the course of a job, you or your loved one has the right to receive workers’ compensation benefits. An experienced lawyer can be especially helpful in guiding you through the legal process. At Law Offices of Kaplan & Kaplan, P.C., our attorneys have represented many people with repetitive motion injuries in workers’ comp claims. With offices in Wayne and Hackensack, we represent clients throughout New Jersey, in places such as Paterson and Morristown. We are able to help people with every type of repetitive motion injury in the workplace, including:

  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Chronic back and neck pain
  • Cubital tunnel syndrome
  • De Quervain’s syndrome
  • Gradual hearing loss
  • Guyon’s canal syndrome
  • Focal dystonia
  • Reflex sympathetic dystrophy syndrome (RSDS)
  • Radial tunnel syndrome
  • Tendinitis
  • Thoracic outlet syndrome

How Will I Prove That My Injury Is Work-Related?

There can be obstacles in proving that your repetitive motion injury was related to your job. For instance, your employer may claim that your injury is related to a pre-existing condition. Our law firm will build a strong case with the goal of recovering all available benefits. Attorney Kenneth Kaplan has practiced law in this field for over 20 years. He is ready to do the hard work necessary to achieve a successful outcome in your case.

Do You Think You Have A Claim? Contact Us For A Free Assessment.

We take all workers’ comp claims on a no-recovery, no-fee basis. Call 973-988-1101 or 800-724-5346. You can also complete our contact form to get started.

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