Muscle Injuries

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Work-Related Muscle Injuries

From repetitive use to one-time incidents, muscle injuries are common in the workplace. If you're here, it's likely because you or a loved one is now suffering from one of those muscle-related injuries.

A muscle sprain or strain may sound like a minor injury. However, left untreated or unchecked, such an injury can lead to debilitating pain and can leave you out of work for weeks—or much longer.

Whether you're hurting due to carpal tunnel syndrome or lower-back sprain/strain, know you can get the financial compensation you need to make up for lost wages and to pay your medical bills. Our legal team at Krasno Krasno & Onwudinjo has the experience and dedication to help you get what you need.

Sprains, Strains, And Torn Muscles Are Leading Work-Related Muscle Injuries

According to the Mayo Clinic, “A strain is a stretching or tearing of muscle or tendon. A tendon is a fibrous cord of tissue that connects muscles to bones.” Such strains and sprains accounted for nearly 38% of all work-related injuries in Connecticut in 2017The top three body areas to receive these injuries were the:

  • Trunk (back, chest, and abdomen)
  • Upper extremities (shoulders, arms, wrists, hands, and fingers)
  • Lower extremities (hips, legs, knees, ankles, feet, and toes)

Such injuries can be severe. They can take a long time to heal, require extensive medical expenses, and cause a lot of missed time from work. Some can have lifelong implications. So, when you're seeking compensation for your work-related muscle injuries, it's important you work with a workers' comp lawyer who can get you the results you require.

Get Compensation For Your Muscle Injuries Without Fear Of Losing Your Job

You've been hurt at work. You're likely worried that if you try to get work comp payments, your employer may demote or fire you. We can tell you now that such actions are against the law.

If fear of what your boss might do to you is holding you back from getting the money you need to move forward, we encourage you to set aside your fear for a moment and reach out to a workers' compensation attorney. Speaking with a lawyer about your rights and your options may be just what you need to get back on track.

Serving Injured Workers Suffering From Muscle Injuries Since 2006

At James F. Aspell, P.C.  our Board Certified  workers' compensation attorney has  the experience needed to get you the compensation you deserve. Since 2006, our Hartford, CT  law firm has been standing side-by-side with injured workers who need dedicated advocacy to recover money for:

  • Lost wages
  • Medical bills
  • Mileage reimbursement
  • Partial or total disability
  • Workers Compensation lump sum settlements

We accredit our longevity to our award-winning representation and our high referral rates. We have more than 150 positive online reviews from past clients. See how we can put this history and track record to work for you in your workers' comp claim or claim for Social Security Disability benefits.

Call Us Today To Discuss Your CT  Job-Related Muscle Injuries

Talk to one of our workers' comp lawyers about your on-the-job muscle injury—whether from repetitive stress or a single incident. Your initial conversation is free. Should you choose to hire us, know that you will only pay attorney fees if we recover for you.

Set aside your fears and focus on taking the steps you need to get back on track. Call our award-winning workers' comp team at 860-523-8783 or contact us  to schedule your free case evaluation. With  an office close to you we can handle workers compensation claims in Bristol, Plainville, Farmington, Hartford, New Britain, Terryville, Torrington, East Hartford, Berlin and all of Central Connecticut

Learn Your Legal Rights After An Injury

If you or someone you love was injured or killed on the job, our experienced personal injury professionals can help ensure your bills are paid. We will also fight to make sure you receive proper medical treatment and permanent disability benefits when needed.

To get knowledgeable advice during a free initial consultation from an experienced Connecticut personal injury attorney, please send us an email or call us any time 860-523-8783. Office hours are Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Off-site, evening or weekend appointments are available upon request. Phones are answered 24 hours a day.

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