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Pennsylvania Work-Related Nerve Damage Injury Attorneys

Although nerve damage is a very common workplace injury, many people are unaware that such injuries qualify them for workers’ compensation, according to nerve damage injury attorneys. Nerve damage injuries can be extremely painful and may lead to long-lasting problems that could make it difficult to perform even routine daily tasks. They can also require surgery, long recovery times and hours missed from work for therapy.

Types of Workplace Nerve Damage

Most nerve damage injuries are caused by overuse or repetitive motions, such as wrists bent over keyboards all day or turning wrenches in the same motion as part of your daily job duties. Some of the conditions that could be caused by repetitive motion or overuse include:

Carpal tunnel syndrome
Herniated disks causing pinched nerves


Causes of Workplace Nerve Damage

There are several ways that nerves can be damaged due to overuse or repetitive motion. In some cases, the nerve may be physically compressed, more commonly known as a pinched nerve. In other cases, the nerve itself may become inflamed, causing pain or tenderness. Regardless of what is causing the pain, numbness, tingling or tenderness, if you suffer nerve damage due to your job duties, you are eligible for workers’ compensation.

Workers’ Compensation

If you are in Philadelphia or the surrounding area, it is important to know that you are eligible for workers’ compensation if you suffer nerve damage while on the job. This means that you are entitled to lost wages, medical payments and other compensation while you are undergoing treatment for your condition. You cannot be fired for filing a workers’ compensation claim as Pennsylvania law does not allow an employer to terminate an employee for filing a claim.

If you or a loved one has suffered a nerve damage injury on the job, contact the Philadelphia nerve damage injury attorneys at Lundy Law to learn what rights you may have. Hiring an attorney does not mean you plan to sue your employer. In fact, you are not permitted to file a lawsuit against an employer for a workplace injury in Pennsylvania in most cases. An attorney will simply fight for your rights under the law to be sure you get the compensation you deserve. You can arrange for an initial, no obligation consultation by calling us at 1-800-Lundy Law or completing the simple form on our website.

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