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.
Have you ever been hurt on a job or at work? What if you were hurt while running an errand for an employer? Workers compensation laws and claims can differ from state to state and can be a little complex depending on the situation as well as the accident that occurred.
When you sustain a serious injury on-the-job, your employer is obligated to pay for all of your medical treatment in relation to the injury. Unfortunately, many injured workers don’t know this and end up taking on a share of expenses themselves.
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