Connecticut Repetitive Trauma Injury Attorney

Some injuries occurring on the job are immediately obvious. However, many workers required to perform repetitive physical tasks also become seriously disabled. These illnesses or disabilities may not be visually apparent, but are often more serious than those caused by sudden injury.

As soon as you suspect you may be suffering from a work-related repetitive trauma disease or condition, it is important to speak with an experienced workers' compensation lawyer.

Repetitive trauma or stress disorder cases fall under a statute of limitations. Waiting to take action could prevent you from making a successful claim.

Experience The Cousins, Desrosiers & Morizio Difference

At Cousins, Desrosiers & Morizio, P.C., in Bridgeport/Stratford, Connecticut, we focus our legal practice on representing the injured. Attorneys at our firm, including two Board-Certified Workers' Compensation Specialists, are devoted to helping those suffering from repetitive trauma injuries get the compensation and medical care they need and deserve.

Complete our online contact form to arrange a free consultation. We can help you explore the possibility of qualifying for repetitive trauma and occupational disease compensation through your employer's workers' compensation insurer.

All workers' compensation cases are handled on a contingency basis, meaning you will not be charged for our services unless we are successful in your case.

Repetitive Trauma Injuries And Other Occupational Diseases

Workers, including longshoremen, factory workers and truckers, can gradually develop work-related ailments such as:

  • Carpal tunnel syndrome (wrist pain)
  • Cubital tunnel syndrome (elbow pain)
  • Back injuries (including muscle strains, disk herniations and more)
  • Shoulder injuries
  • Hearing problems due to repeated exposure to loud industrial machinery
  • Arthritis and repetitive strain injuries (RSI) due to excessive joint stress
  • Allergies and lung ailments resulting from exposure to toxic materials
  • Infectious diseases such as hepatitis B acquired in hospitals
  • Heart conditions or hypertension produced by stressful conditions
  • Knee and leg injuries

Don't Let Your Opportunity Slip Away: Contact Us Today

Do not dismiss your opportunity to collect workers' compensation for your illness or injury. Time is of the essence. For a no-cost, no-obligation consultation, call us toll free at 866-225-9496.