Nerve and Tendon Injuries

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Connecticut Workers' Compensation for Nerve and Tendon Injuries

Nerve and tendon injuries can be painful. They can also be long-lasting and have a serious impact on a person's ability to do his or her daily activities. These injuries can include:

  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Cubital tunnel syndrome
  • Pinched nerves from herniated disks
  • Radiculopathy (a compressed nerve in the spine that causes pain, numbness, and weakness)
  • Sciatica
  • Tendinitis
  • ACL/MCL/PCL tears
  • Achille's tendon tears

These injuries can result from the repetitive motion that some jobs require. A repetitive trauma work injury can occur in several ways, whether through physical compression (pinched nerve) or from inflammation or trauma from overuse. If you or a family member has suffered nerve or tendon injuries on the job, you may have the right to pursue workers' compensation. Our Board Certified Connecticut work injury lawyer can help you do it.

Chronic Injuries Can Be Difficult To Diagnose Or Treat

Many workers who do a lot of physical labor may not recognize the pain of nerve or tendon damage as something that warrants attention. That means that these injuries can sometimes become chronic and more difficult to treat. They can also be difficult to diagnose.

If you're a worker who is having pain, it is important that you see a doctor to get to the bottom of the issue, even if the answer is not immediately evident. Even minor pain that you normally ignore could represent an underlying problem that could get worse if untreated.

For example, if you have lower back pain that you brush off as a simple strain, you may be tempted not to mention it in a doctor's appointment. If you don't mention that injury in a workers compensation claim, however, and it later becomes clear that your initial pain was an indicator of a more serious work-related injury  you can't go back and recoup your costs by amending your initial claim. Therefore, you would miss out on potentially vital compensation to help you pay medical bills related to that injury.

If you're experiencing persistent pain that you suspect is related to your job, you need an accurate medical diagnosis. You also need a lawyer.

Trust A lawyer  With Long Experience Helping Connecticut Workers

For more than 30 years, the Connecticut  workers' compensation law firm of James f. Aspell, P.C. has been dedicated to the needs of injured workers. We attribute our longevity to the fact that we are willing to take any action to meet the needs of our clients. When you choose us, you will see the value of aggressive representation.

With us on your side, you can be certain that you have an attorney who will work hard and go after everything you are entitled to. In cases involving nerve and tendon injuries, we take pride in the fact that we know how to structure a case to make it as valuable as possible. That's what you deserve. Take a look at our multiple 5 star  Google reviews to see what past clients have to say.

If your nerve or tendon injury prevents you from going back to work, you may also apply for Social Security Disability benefits. We can handle that for you, too.

Contact Us To Discuss A Claim For Your Nerve Or Tendon Injury

All workers' compensation cases involving tendon and nerve injuries are handled on a contingency basis. That means we only get paid if we win your case or prevent the insurance company from stopping or altering your benefits.

For more information about what we can do for you, call us at 860-523-8783 to set up a free initial consultation.

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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