Repetitive Stress Injuries Attorneys

Not all workplace injuries are the result of specific accidents. Some injuries occur after months or years of repetitive stress. If you have suffered a repetitive stress injury at work, it is important to consult with an attorney who is experienced in this type of workers' compensation claim.

At Torrisi & Torrisi, P.C., in North Andover, Massachusetts, we have extensive experience handling repetitive stress injury claims and can provide you with the strong representation you need as you pursue workers' compensation benefits.

Types Of Repetitive Stress Injuries

Many types of job activities can result in repetitive stress injuries. Some of the most common job activities that lead to this type of injury include:

  • Computer use: Both typing and operating a mouse for long periods can result in a repetitive stress injury. Carpal tunnel syndrome is a common type of injury suffered by office workers and others who operate a computer at work.
  • Scanning bar codes: Prolonged use of scanning equipment can also result in a repetitive stress injury. Grocery and retail store cashiers are especially vulnerable to this type of injury.
  • Use of vibrating power equipment: Use of jackhammers, drills, chainsaws and other equipment can cause hand-arm vibration syndrome, another common repetitive stress injury.
  • Assembly, soldering, inspection and packaging: All of these activities can cause serious injuries.

If you have suffered a repetitive stress injury on the job, our lawyers are here to protect your rights. We can guide you through the workers' compensation process, protecting your rights and helping you fight for the compensation you deserve.

Contact Us Today About Your Workers' Comp Claim In Massachusetts

Have you suffered a repetitive stress injury at work? We can help you pursue workers' compensation benefits for your medical bills and wage loss. Schedule your free initial consultation today by contacting us online or by telephone at 978-291-6161 or toll free at 866-544-1337.