Symptoms of Repetitive Motion Injuries
Repetitive motion injuries are not unique to construction site workers; however, the tasks completed on many construction sites often lead to the development of this type of injury. While there are a variety of body parts that are typically affected by a repetitive motion injury due to the varied tasks construction workers complete, there are some symptoms that are more common than others.
At Hach & Rose, LLP, our team of knowledgeable New York repetitive motion injury attorneys is dedicated to helping construction injury victims fight for the compensation they need. Contact our offices at 866-LAWS-USA to discuss your injury with a lawyer today.
Identifying a Repetitive Motion Injury
Repetitive motion injuries can manifest in many ways. Identifying a repetitive motion injury can be challenging, largely because symptoms are hard to detect despite the damage done to the body. The sooner a person recognizes a repetitive motion injury, the easier it may be to treat the damage and avoid further health problems. Commonly, repetitive motion injuries can be identified by:
- Sharp pain
- Popping of the joints
If you have experienced any of these symptoms and received a repetitive motion injury diagnosis, you may be entitled to receive financial assistance from the employer responsible for your injury if it was caused by work-related tasks.
By working with a New York repetitive motion injury lawyer from Hach & Rose, LLP, you may be able to increase the likelihood of success in the courtroom. Contact our team at 866-LAWS-USA to begin reviewing your situation and looking towards options for the future.