Carpal Tunnel Syndrome And Wrist Injuries
A wrist injury can occur suddenly during a fall or a car accident, or it can develop slowly over time due to repetitive motion and stress. Wrist injuries such as carpal tunnel syndrome are extremely painful and can make performing work tasks difficult or even impossible. If you have injured your wrist at work, you may be entitled to workers’ compensation benefits.
At Michael Schultz Law Firm in Minneapolis, we represent workers throughout Minnesota from a wide range of industries and walks of life, such as migrant workers, factory workers, office workers and professional athletes. Attorney Michael Schultz has more than a quarter of a century of experience handling complex workers’ compensation claims. He will work hard to get you the compensation that you need for your lost wages and permanent partial disability, as well as vocational retraining and medical benefits.
Protecting The Rights Of Injured Workers
Carpal tunnel syndrome is most common in people who have jobs that involve typing, writing, using tools, assembling and driving. However, a person in any occupation can develop this repetitive motion injury. Carpal tunnel syndrome can have a significant impact on your life, causing severe pain and making it difficult for you to perform tasks at work and home.
Many employers are reluctant to pay workers’ compensation claims for carpal tunnel syndrome and other wrist injuries. Even if your wrist injury is part of a pre-existing condition, but your work duties aggravated it, you may be entitled to workers’ compensation benefits. A skilled Minneapolis attorney for carpal tunnel syndrome will ensure your rights are protected.
Michael Schultz is a tireless advocate for injured Minnesotans. He will help you overcome the challenges in your case so that you can get the workers’ compensation benefits you need and deserve.
Contact A St. Paul Attorney For A Wrist Injury At Work For A Free Consultation
For a free consultation with our experienced lawyer, Michael Schultz, call 612-412-4916 or 800-557-6905. You may also contact us online. You pay no fee unless we recover compensation for you. In-home and office appointments are available. Our office is located in the heart of downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota.
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