Worker’s Injury Law & Advocacy Group features Pond Lehocky blog post

The Worker’s Injury Law & Advocacy Group (WILG) recently featured Pond Lehocky Stern Giordano’s blog answering the question “Does Workers’ Comp Cover a Repetitive Strain Injury”? The article corrects the common misconception that workers’ compensation benefits are reserved for isolated, traumatic events and explains that injuries like carpal tunnel syndrome, edema, Raynaud’s disease, and other repetitive injuries can qualify.

WILG is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping workers who were injured on the job receive the benefits and support they need to get better. They provide legal education and resources for attorneys and other nonprofit organizations who defend the rights of workers injured while on the job. WILG has been a voice of advocacy for laborers since its founding in 1995.

If you or someone you know has been hurt at work, whether due to a repetitive strain or an isolated injury, Pond Lehocky can help you get the benefits you deserve. Contact us using the form below for a free evaluation.

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