Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is also known as median nerve compression and it is a condition that results in numbness and weakness in the hand. It can be cause by repetitive typing or repetitive assembly line work or similar other activities, day in and day out.
If you have carpal tunnel syndrome from repetitive work activities or from a traumatic (sudden) injury at work then you are entitled to Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation benefit.
What if your Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Claim is Denied?
Many insurance companies deny carpal tunnel claims. But it is your right and you should hire an experienced PA Work Comp Lawyer to file a Claim Petition if you were denied.
Do not let workmans comp have the final say. A denied clam is not the last word. A Judge will decide your case but a petition must be filed. There are important time lines with petitions so speak to a Pennsylvania Work Comp, Carpal Tunnel Attorney. Find out what PA workers’ comp act offers you in perks and file a claim accordingly. A skilled attorney can help you fight your carpal tunnel syndrome case with evidence and strong argument.
Contact Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Lawyer!
For more info about carpal tunnel or other common work injuries in Pennsylvania, call Philadelphia Work Comp Attorney Michael W. Cardamone for a FREE consult 7 days a week. (215) 206-9068 or via email at email@example.com.
We look forward to helping you!