Pennsylvania Carpal Tunnel Injury Lawyer
Numbness, tingling and burning pain are all symptoms of nerve injury or nerve damage. Workers who perform repetitive tasks on the job are particularly at risk for nerve damage injury. Cashiers, secretaries, data entry clerks, loaders and unloaders, waitresses and salespeople, and other workers may suffer nerve damage on the job but not actually do anything about it.
The little tingle or shock may not seem bad at first, but if ignored, it can become excruciatingly painful. If nerve damage is not treated soon enough, it can become permanent and doctors and surgeons say there is nothing that they can do to cure the condition and reduce or relieve the pain.
It is important to get appropriate medical attention immediately after an injury. It is also critical that you document — not just to a co-worker, but to your employer — that you have been injured at work. Pennsylvania carpal tunnel injury, attorney Richard A. Jaffe, can talk to you about your rights to workers' compensation benefits, including medical benefits and wage loss benefits, so that you can take the time off that you need to recover after an injury and be compensated for your lost wages.
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Over the past 27-plus years, Mr. Jaffe has established a strong reputation as a caring, skilled attorney who can help injured workers get the compensation that they are entitled to, either right from the very start or at any stage of a workers' compensation claim, including lump sum settlement negotiation or appealing a denied claim at the highest courts in the state.
We Fight for You. You Work on Recovering From Your Injury.
We have assisted a significant number of clients who have suffered nerve damage, either temporary or permanent:
- Ulnar neuropathy
- Brachial plexopathy
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) and reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD)
- Tarsal tunnel syndrome
- Auto-immune illness, including fibromyalgia
- Radial tunnel syndrome
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Mr. Jaffe is committed to providing you with skilled, aggressive representation of your rights and your interests at every stage of a workers' compensation case, from the beginning of your workers' compensation process, through Petitions, independent medical examinations, initial vocational assessment meetings, lump sum settlements, appeals and more. With an attorney like Mr. Jaffe on your side, you will feel the pressure ease and be able to focus on your recovery.