Many construction or work-related injuries occur as the result of sudden accidents; however, there are some that develop over time. Known as repetitive motion injuries, these injuries can actually cause significant physical damage as well and leave a person unable to work or financially burdened. Unfortunately, as our attorneys, know, these injuries affect more Chicago construction workers than they should, largely as a result of an employer’s negligence. Fortunately, regardless of what type of repetitive motion injury a person sustains, if it can be determined to be another party’s fault, the victim can take legal action.
Repeating the same motion over and over again can lead to painful conditions that might even be permanent. Three of the most common repetitive motion injuries that are reported by construction workers include:
These three conditions can be uncomfortable, painful, and limiting for those who have to live with them. As a result, they often necessitate expensive medical treatment, something which can be difficult for a person to afford of his or her own.
If a construction-related injury, such as repetitive motions, has affected you and you believe that it was the result of your employer’s negligence, then you might be owed financial compensation to help cover your costs and losses. Our attorneys can help you evaluate your legal options for getting such compensation. Contact us today to learn more about what you can do to seek justice and financial help.