Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
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Illinois Workers' Compensation Attorney for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Naperville carpal tunnel job injury attorney

DuPage County Job Related Wrist Injury Lawyer

Carpal tunnel syndrome is common among workers who use repetitive hand movements. If your job requires you to type at a computer all day, assemble parts in an assembly line, package boxes for delivery, drive a vehicle, or do any sort of activity with repetitive hand and wrist motion, you could be at risk for carpal tunnel syndrome.

The Law Offices of David W. Clark, P.C. located in Wheaton, Illinois, represents clients for all types of work related injuries, including carpal tunnel syndrome. Symptoms of carpal tunnel injury may include: numbness or tingling in the thumb or the palm of the hand; pain that extends all the way to the elbow; weak grip or difficulty carrying items; weakness in one or both hands.

With more than 20 years of experience in every area of personal injury law, I have handled complex workers' compensation claims, involving all types of work injuries.

If you are suffering from carpal tunnel syndrome as a result of doing your job, it's important for you to consult with a highly skilled workers' compensation attorney for carpal tunnel syndrome.

Contact the Law Offices of David W. Clark, P.C. in Wheaton, DuPage County, Illinois today. Call 630-665-5678, to discuss your workers' compensation claim, in relation to any concerns you may have about carpal tunnel syndrome. Schedule your free consultation with me today.

Aggravated Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal tunnel syndrome may develop over a long period of time. In many instances, employees will suffer through the pain until they can no longer perform their job responsibilities. As a result, employers may refuse their employees workers' compensation benefits, in the belief that their carpal tunnel syndrome was a pre-existing condition.

Regardless of how long you may have been suffering from carpal tunnel syndrome, Illinois law states that a person is entitled to receive workers' compensation benefits, if your injury was aggravated on the job.

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Contact the Law Offices of David W. Clark, P.C. in Wheaton, if you feel you have a workers' compensation claim for carpal tunnel syndrome. Call 630-665-5678 for a free consultation.


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Our attorneys aggressively pursue every avenue to ensure that you are properly compensated for your pain and suffering, medical costs, or lost wages as soon as possible. You pay nothing until you receive the judgment or settlement you deserve.

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