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Do you think you have a work injury due to repetitive motion? Here are some examples of how your work can cause an injury:

  • A warehouse worker repetitively lifting heavy boxes can result in a back injury.
  • Pulling the same lever on a piece of machinery can result in an elbow injury.
  • Carpenters and painters constantly kneeling or reaching overhead can result in knee and shoulder injuries.
  • Industrial workers and road crews can suffer from hearing loss due to constant exposure to loud noises.
  • Most jobs carry the risk of carpal tunnel—including desk work, use of hand tools, or an assembly line position.

When a specific injury happens—but the time to file and the statute of limitations has already passed—workers can still file a case if they continued their work and symptoms worsened.

Workers’ Compensation