CARPAL TUNNEL SYNFROME
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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
CTS is a painful situation that impacts the wrist and hand. Without the required rest and treatment, carpal tunnel can ultimately necessitate surgery. Many medical examiners agree that repetitive strain motions can lead to or exacerbate the syndrome, specifically in case you spend most of your day performing these straining tasks.
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While your job might be responsible for a repetitive stress workplace injury like CTS, you probably can not sue your employer over it. Unless you got wrongfully terminated or your rights got compromised. Instead, you will need to file a workers’ compensation claim.
An injury that makes it difficult for you to perform your job activities, which you were previously able to perform almost instinctively, is considered a disability,
You qualify for disability benefits if the signs and symptoms of your workplace carpal tunnel are intense and hinder your ability to work.
Employers have the legal responsibility to reduce the chances of workers suffering from repetitive strain injuries such as carpal tunnel. If they have been negligent in providing the correct training, tools, or a safe working environment, you can claim a carpal tunnel syndrome settlement through workers’ compensation.
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