Not all injuries happen suddenly during a traumatic event. Repetitive actions can result in disabling damage with agonizing symptoms that take many months or years to appear. Often, repetitive stress injuries can leave you unable to earn a living because of pain, inflammation, tenderness and restricted movement in the joints.
Young, Reverman & Mazzei Co., L.P.A. was formed in 1972 to assist injured workers with their compensation claims. With our certified specialists in workers compensation law on your team, we can help you recover the full amount of benefits to which you are entitled.
Repetitive stress injuries arise from repeating the same movement over a long period of time. Such activities as typing, hammering, lifting, bending, twisting and carrying heavy items can eventually wear down tendons, ligaments and cartilage in your joints. Repetitive stress injuries may occur to your shoulders, elbows, wrists, hands, neck, back and knees and can lead to painful, debilitating injuries. Common repetitive motion injuries include:
Because symptoms do not immediately manifest and no single incident is tied to your injury, causation is not always clearly obvious. Our lawyers consult medical professionals with extensive knowledge about these special occupational overuse syndrome injuries to lay a solid foundation for your claim. We meticulously document your claim to obtain your rightful benefits.
To learn more about your rights to benefits after a workplace accident, call the workers compensation law firm of Young, Reverman & Mazzei Co., L.P.A. at 513.721.1200 or toll-free at 800.721.1678, or contact us online to schedule your free initial telephone consultation.
We represent clients throughout Hamilton, Butler, Warren and Clermont counties. We also represent clients located across the river in Covington and Newport, Kentucky and across the border in Lawrenceburg, Indiana and in cities along the Interstate 75 and Interstate 71 corridors — including Lexington, Louisville, Florence, Dayton, Monroe, Middletown and Wilmington.