Workers Compensation: All You Wanted to Know About Carpal Tunnel Injuries

You spend more than 8-10 hours at work daily. Is it any wonder that you are more likely to injure yourself at work rather than anywhere else? The US Department of Labor has the statistics and they are quite surprising. According to the latest numbers, more than 2.8 million injuries take place at the workplace. Yes, these injuries are nonfatal, but they are more than likely to result in chronic pain and other conditions. In the long run, workers are likely to miss work, and this decreases productivity and leads to loss of compensation for the worker. As employees, we don’t really think that the workplace can cause injuries. Most employers also do their best to provide ergonomically designed workplaces that are safe. However, despite all efforts, injuries do happen, and they can be quite painful. Read More

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Collecting Workers’ Compensation in Florida

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) is an extremely painful condition which compresses a key nerve in the wrist. While Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is most often the result of long hours spent typing on a computer keyboard, those who work on an assembly line or do any other type of repetitive activity involving the wrist could also be at risk. In fact, any type of repeated flexing and extending of the tendons in the hands and wrists can cause CTS. Read More

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