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Georgia Law Recognizes Repetitive Motion Work injuries

·3 min read

You may be entitled to Workers’ Compensation for work-related injuries even when there was NO Acute Accident at work.

MARIETTA, GA --News Direct-- GA Injury Advocates

Repetitive Motion Work injuries develop over time, with no sudden accident or moment of injury. Instead, these are injuries that occur from repeatedly performing the same motion over and over as part of your job. These injuries can cause significant damage and result in an inability to work and may qualify for Workers’ Compensation benefits.

We all know that doing the same physical motion over and over can eventually cause damage to joints, muscles, tendons, and bones. If your job requires you to perform a repeated physical motion over and over and has resulted in an injury such as tendonitis, bursitis, Carpal Tunnel, Cubital Tunnel, herniated discs, torn ACL or Rotator Cuff, etc., for which you need medical treatment, or has caused you to have to stop working, you may be entitled to compensation. Georgia law provides some significant benefits for these kinds of work-related injuries, even when there was no “accident,” which caused them.

But the difficult part is that you must still establish that your injury was caused by and occurred in the course and scope of your employment,” explains Marietta Workers Compensation Attorney Ramiro Rodriguez, Jr.

The tough part about these claims is that they involve types of injuries that occur over time, so there is no one point at which the injury happened. You must prove that your job and the repetitive motion required to do your job resulted in the injury. That causal link can be difficult to establish. Still, an experienced Workers’ Compensation lawyer will be familiar with Repetitive Motion Injuries and will be able to determine if you have a strong claim.

What to Do If You Are Suffering from Repetitive Motion Work Injuries?

If you are suffering from a repetitive motion injury, it is very important that you see your doctor as soon as possible and make sure the orthopedic doctor understands the type of work you are doing and the repetitive motion that it involves.

To schedule a confidential and free case evaluation, please contact Georgia Injury Advocates at (770) 766-0555. Ramiro Rodriguez, Jr. is the law firm lead attorney and author of the book 11 Secrets to Winning Your Workers’ Compensation Claim.

Ga Injury Advocates’ website is https://gainjuryadvocates.com. For Spanish-language readers and clients, please visit https://elabogadoamigo.com/

About GA Injury Advocates

GA Injury Advocates has the extensive experience needed to provide effective legal representation to those who need it most. We have been recognized throughout the country as fierce advocates fighting to safeguard the well-being and rights of injured victims. Our clients choose us for their personal injury, auto accidents and workers’ compensation needs because we have 40 years of combined legal experience, we work on a contingency fee basis for all our personal injury cases, we follow moral practices throughout the entirety of each case, we are aggressive and fight for the justice our clients deserve, and our lines of communication are open, so you’re never left wondering what’s going on with your case. It’s not just about dollars and cents at our firm. We care for you the person while also representing you the personal injury client and are 100% committed to getting you the justice you deserve. Call us at (770) 766-0555!

Contact Details

Ramiro Rodriguez, Jr.

+1 770-766-0555

ramiro@ralawfirm.com

Company Website

https://gainjuryadvocates.com

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