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Repetitive Stress Injuries

Some of the worst work-related injuries occur as a result of months or years of physical and repetitive stress on muscles and joints.  In many cases, these injuries gradually worsen over time until the worker realizes that they have intense pain and have lost sensation in their elbows, wrists, hands, or fingers.

The following types of work are frequently associated with repetitive stress injuries:

                • Assembly Line
                • Data Processing
                • Factory Jobs With Quotas
                • Grocery Store Clerks
                • Machine Operators
                • Manufacturing
                • Textile Mills
                • Typists
                • Working With Vibrating Tools

Bader Scott Injury Lawyers regularly handles a variety of repetitive stress injuries including but not limited to the following: Bursitis Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Chronic Back Pain Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome Cubital Tunnel Syndrome De Quervain’s Syndrome Epicondylitis (Tennis Elbow) Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD) Tendonitis Tenosynovitis

Because repetitive stress injuries typically develop slowly and over a long period of time, it may be difficult to convince an insurance adjuster or judge that your injury is work-related.  We know this and can help you find a doctor who can correctly diagnose and treat your injury.

If you or a loved one is suffering from a repetitive stress injury, you can turn to an experienced and knowledgeable Atlanta workers’ compensation attorney at Bader Scott Injury Lawyers.  The Bader Scott Injury Lawyers is dedicated to helping injured workers throughout Georgia, particularly in Atlanta and Metro Atlanta, and we strive to obtain the maximum allowable recovery for each of our clients.

To schedule a free consultation with a repetitive stress injury attorney at Bader Scott Injury Lawyers, please contact or call us at 404.917.9174.  We are conveniently located in downtown Atlanta next door to the State Board of Workers’ Compensation, and we are only steps from the Peachtree Center MARTA Station.

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Seth Bader
(678) 562-5595