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Carpal Tunnel Workers' Comp

Ohio Workers’ Compensation Attorney for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

If you developed carpal tunnel syndrome as a result of your job activities, you may be entitled to workers’ compensation benefits. As an experienced Cincinnati workers’ compensation attorney, Mark L. Newman has helped countless individuals pursue and obtain the benefits they deserve for carpal tunnel injuries. Mark understands the unique challenges these claims present and is dedicated to fighting for the rights of injured workers throughout the entire Ohio workers’ compensation claims process. Whether you are just starting your claim or have been denied workers’ comp benefits, Mark is here to provide the guidance and representation you need to navigate the complex workers’ compensation system.

Workers' Comp for Carpal Tunnel

What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

According to the Mayo Clinic, “the carpal tunnel is a narrow passageway surrounded by bones and ligaments on the palm side of the hand.” As such, carpal tunnel syndrome is a type of injury that is caused by pressure on the median nerve found within the carpal tunnel. Symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome include pain, numbness, and tingling in the hand, wrist, and arm. 

Is Carpal Tunnel a Work-Related Injury?

Carpal tunnel is often the result of a repetitive stress injury (also known as a repetitive motion injury). Repetitive stress injuries are frequent in the workplace and are brought on by repeating the same action. Working on an assembly line, regularly carrying large objects, or even typing on a keyboard are all examples of these tasks. As such, if repetitive motion injuries like carpal tunnel occur on the job, the employee has suffered a work-related injury.

Workers Comp for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Does Carpal Tunnel Qualify for Workers’ Comp?

If the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation determines that carpal tunnel syndrome occurred due to your job, an injured worker is entitled to certain workers’ compensation benefits. Such benefits include compensation for lost wages and payment of medical expenses.

If you suffer carpal tunnel syndrome stemming from repetitive motion injuries while performing your job duties, it is always in your best interest to hire an experienced workers’ compensation attorney to help prove that your carpal tunnel syndrome is work-related and ensure you receive the benefits you are entitled to. Ohio workers’ compensation attorney Mark L. Newman has over 30 years of experience helping clients navigate the complex workers’ compensation system and can help determine if carpal tunnel syndrome qualifies for benefits.

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Workers’ Comp for Carpal Tunnel

If you are suffering from carpal tunnel syndrome as a result of your job, don’t hesitate to reach out to Attorney Mark L. Newman for help with your workers’ comp claim. With years of experience and a deep understanding of workers’ compensation law, Mark is committed to providing you with the support you need to get the benefits you deserve. He will work tirelessly to protect your rights, ensure that you receive the medical treatment you need, and secure the compensation you are entitled to. Contact experienced attorney Mark L. Newman today to schedule a consultation and get started on your carpal tunnel injury workers’ comp claim. You can reach our law firm by calling (513) 533-2009 or completing our online intake form here.

Talk To A Knowledgeable Ohio Workers’ Compensation Attorney

Mark can help you pursue compensation for your injuries or the death of your loved one. Mark also represents those whose pre-existing conditions were made worse by a work-related accident or from repetitive motions. You can reach us by phone at (513) 533-2009, or via email to schedule your free consultation.

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Mark L. Newman Attorney at Law

3074 Madison Road Suite 2N
Cincinnati, OH 45209
Phone: (513) 533-2009
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