Are you at risk of repetitive motion injuries?

Workers are likely to develop repetitive motion injuries in the workplace if their everyday tasks require repetitive physical movements. Workers should understand that they may consider filing for workers’ compensation benefits if they have been injured from doing the following jobs:

  • Construction jobs that require the use of heavy duty machineries
  • Any jobs that require workers to stay in a certain position for prolonged hours
  • Jobs in assembly lines
  • Desk jobs that require continuous typing

While some of the injuries linked to jobs with repetitive motions are often considered minor, workers may require expensive treatment if they develop injuries like bursitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, or tendonitis.

The lawyers of Robert Wilson & Associates represent workers in Minnesota who have decided to file for benefits after sustaining injuries in their workplace. We strongly believe that injured workers should be given their workers’ compensation benefits as soon as possible to facilitate the recovery process. Call us today at (612) 334-3444 to learn more about your options.