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Carpel Tunnel Syndrome Attorney Hartford, Connecticut

We are experienced Hartford work related carpal tunnel syndrome lawyers. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome causes serious pain and progresses over a period of time when regular strain is put on the hands and wrists. Affecting many workers today, carpal tunnel syndrome is a  repetitive trauma or overuse condition that causes the median nerve in the arm to become compressed at the wrist after the carpal tunnel has been inflamed. With the median nerve running along the forearm through the wrist into the hand, it controls the sensations on the underside of the thumb and fingers (although the pinky finger is controlled by another nerve). The median nerve sends controls to the muscles that engage the thumb and fingers into action. This nerve is situated inside of the carpal tunnel, which is a tube compiled of bones and ligaments that gathers at the base of the hand where the wrist meets the hand. Our Connecticut carpal tunnel syndrome attorney has extensive experience in handling these claims.

Carpel Tunnel Syndrome Lawyer in Hartford, Connecticut

Carpal tunnel syndrome is unfortunately common in this modern era of regular computer use and office work. Additionally, it's common for typists, dental hygienists, secretaries, assembly line workers, equipment operators and others to develop carpal tunnel syndrome as a result of engaging in repetitive tasks during their daily work activities. Carpal tunnel syndrome is a serious condition that can leave the affected in serious pain and unable to perform work related tasks and daily functions.

If you know, or believe, you are experiencing carpal tunnel syndrome, you may be feeling one or more of the following symptoms in your hand and wrist:

  • Pain
  • Burning
  • Tingling
  • Numbness
  • Weakness in the fingers, hand, or wrist
  • Sharp or sudden pain in the forearm
  • Aching

Carpel Tunnel Syndrome Attorney in Hartford, CT

Most commonly, these symptoms occur in the thumb, index finger, middle finger and ring finger, but can spread to all areas of the hand and forearm when left untreated. Repetitive hand or wrist movement can lead to carpal tunnel syndrome, especially movements that require bent wrists, such as typing on a keyboard. This can lead to a swelling of the tendons, which narrows the carpal tunnel passageway. The median nerve thus becomes pressurized and the resulting inflammation causes tingling, numbness and pain in the hand and wrist.

Carpel Tunnel Syndrome Lawyer in Hartford, Connecticut 

A very progressive and extremely painful condition, carpal tunnel syndrome is a serious injury to deal with. It can steadily get worse over time if exacerbated and left untreated and can severely limit your ability to perform daily tasks, including your job. If you are suffering from what you believe to be carpal tunnel syndrome, then seeking medical attention right away is a crucial step to your recovery. If left untreated, it can debilitate you for the rest of your life. It's possible you are entitled to benefits in the form of medical and financial compensation due to your carpal tunnel injury.

The certified Connecticut work injury lawyer at The Law Office of James F. Aspell, P.C. are here to help you navigate your carpal tunnel injury case through the intimidating and confusing work comp system. Call today at 860-500-1414 anytime day or night to schedule a no cost, no-obligation consultation regarding your particular hand or wrist injury case. If you do not recover financial benefit, there is no fee to you for our services. All cases are taken on a contingency basis.

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