Have You Suffered Repetitive Trauma On The Job?

Not all work injuries are caused by single accidents. Some develop over time — months, years, decades — and are no less painful or disabling than other injuries.

If you have suffered a repetitive stress injury (RSI) on the job, you deserve workers' compensation benefits. If your benefits have been limited or denied or you need help pursuing your claim, the attorneys at Borofsky, Amodeo-Vickery & Bandazian, P.A., are here for you.

We have a proven record of success handling repetitive stress injury claims and can give you the best possible chance of obtaining the workers' compensation benefits you need and deserve. We serve clients in Manchester and Nashua and throughout New Hampshire.

Workplace Repetitive Stress Injuries

Repetitive stress injuries often occur after prolonged performance of a work task such as bending or, stooping or fine work with the fingers and hands. Engaging in repetitive activities day after day, week after week, can wreak havoc on body parts that were not designed to endure such stress.

Common repetitive stress injuries include:

  • Carpal tunnel syndrome: Marked by shooting pain in the wrists or numbness and tingling in the fingers, it is often caused by typing, using a computer mouse or performing assembly line work using the fingers, hands and wrists.
  • Hand-arm vibration syndrome: This is caused by using vibrating power tools such as jackhammers or sanders. Symptoms include numbness, tingling and pain to the affected area.
  • Arthritis: Joint and spine inflammation can be caused by a variety of repetitive tasks in the workplace.

If your claim has been denied or you want to make sure you are getting the benefits you are entitled to, remember, you do not have to go it alone. Our lawyers can even the playing field, providing you with the aggressive representation you need to obtain workers' comp benefits for your repetitive stress injury.

Injured In A Workplace Accident? We Can Help.

Have you suffered a repetitive trauma injury at work? Contact us today online or by telephone at 603-483-3332 to arrange a free initial consultation with an experienced workers' compensation lawyer in New Hampshire.