Workers Compensation: Repetitive-Use Micro Trauma

This particular workers compensation case involved an aircraft assembly worker developed carpal tunnel injuries and repetitive damage to both of his elbows and shoulders after performing repetitive activities in cramped quarters and in awkward positions over the course of his employment. We successfully demonstrated that the prevailing factor behind his injuries were his work activities, entitling the worker to compensation benefits (including medical attention), off-work checks and compensation for his permanent functional impairment.

Workers Compensation

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