New York Repetitive Motion Injury Attorney
Repetitive motion injuries are a frequent problem for individuals who work in the construction industry. They often lead to chronic pain, an inability to perform certain tasks, and in some cases, a complete inability to continue one’s former occupation. Although these injuries are sometimes hard to predict, there are certain instances in which the party in charge of running a construction site or a construction worker’s employer should be aware of the danger a construction worker’s actions may cause. In these instances, when an employer should have been reasonably aware that the jobs they were requiring employees to perform were dangerous, they may be held financially liable under New York labor laws.
At Hach & Rose, LLP, we are dedicated to representing those who are suffering from construction-related injuries. If you have developed a repetitive motion injury because of work-related duties, you may be able to pursue financial compensation from the responsible party with the support of a New York repetitive motion injury attorney. We have years of experience representing injured workers in situations similar to yours, so contact us at 866-LAWS-USA to discuss how we may be able to help.
Examples of Repetitive Motion Injuries
There are many different tasks that can lead to a repetitive motion injury. Because construction projects require workers to complete various jobs, different parts of the body may be affected by repetitive motion strain. Commonly developed repetitive motion injuries include:
Sadly, these repetitive motion injuries are often the result of an employer or contractor not providing the necessary safety equipment or certain protective gear, and as such, could have been avoided.
If you’ve developed a repetitive motion injury after working in construction, a New York repetitive motion injury lawyer from Hach & Rose, LLP, may be available to help. Contact us by calling 866-LAWS-USA today.