Helping You Recover Workers' Compensation Benefits For Repetitive Stress Injuries

Every day, workers in the trucking, packing, loading, assembly, machine and other industries must cope with debilitating and life-altering injuries caused by repetitive overuse syndrome or exposure to substances that injure the skin, lungs or airways. At the Injured Workers' Legal Center, we strive to secure workers' compensation benefits to cover their lost wages, medical expenses, vocational retraining and other applicable costs. We are committed to guiding them through these difficult times.

Our attorneys have enjoyed considerable success in the area of workers' compensation and a wide range of other injury claims . To learn more about your legal options and how they can help you, call 800-852-8554 to schedule a free telephone consultation. You may also contact us online .

Enlist A Successful Workers' Compensation Lawyer In Maine

Over the years, our firm has represented workers at UPS, FedEx, BIW, L.L. Bean, New Balance Shoes, and Pratt & Whitney Aircraft, among other large employers. Our lawyers have more than 35 years of experience fighting for workers' compensation benefits in gradual exposure or repetitive stress injury cases.

Enlisting the services of a recognized workers' compensation lawyer can mean the difference between a small settlement and just relief. Our attorneys are listed among the "Best Lawyers in America" in the area of workers' compensation.

Occupations That Lead To Repetitive Stress Injuries

Does your job force you to repeat the same motions over and over again? We regularly represent clients who have suffered gradual exposure or repetitive stress injuries in a variety of occupations, including:

  • Secretaries and administrative assistants
  • Public employees, such as bus drivers, school teachers and janitors or custodians
  • Fish processing workers
  • Shoe and clothing factory workers
  • Packing and shipping workers
  • Employees whose daily assignments include typing or other repetitive computer tasks
  • Machinists, insulators and others with injuries to their lungs, skin or airways from traumatic or gradual exposures to harmful airborne substances

No matter what your repetitive stress injury — carpal tunnel syndrome, tendinitis, tenosynovitis, epicondylitis, bursitis, occupational asthma, hearing loss, rotator cuff injuries, neck injuries, back injuries, degenerative disk disease or shoulder injuries — our lawyers will fight to secure the workers' compensation benefits you need and deserve.

Let Us Help You Obtain Justice

Contact a member of our legal team to learn more about your workers' compensation case. Call 800-852-8554 to schedule a free telephone consultation to discuss your repetitive stress injuries. You may also contact us online.