Have You Become Injured Through Repetitive Motion?

We tend to perform the same types of activities every day. Over time, the strain can lead to injuries to our backs, wrists and other areas that see repetitive stress. Examples include carpal tunnel syndrome, sciatic pain and slipped discs.

This type of cumulative trauma can pose a difficulty in a workers' compensation claim.

Because the injury appears gradually, it can be difficult to know just when it becomes too difficult to work. And because workers' compensation has strict filing requirements, it is important that you know your legal rights when filing a claim.

You have 120 days from the day you stopped working to file a workers' compensation claim if you have experienced a repetitive use injury. That is why it is important to contact an attorney as early as possible after notifying your employer of your injury.

Experience And Knowledge Put To Work For You

At Richard D. Director Law Offices, we can help you file an initial claim or review your case to determine whether an appeal is warranted. A Workers' Compensation Law Certified Specialist as authorized by the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania,* attorney Richard Director will thoroughly examine your case, help you file an initial claim, and fight back against insurers who are not willing to give you the benefits you are owed under the law.

Get A Free Consultation

With over 40 years' experience, Richard Director can honestly and knowledgeably inform you about your case and what to expect moving forward. Because we do not accept a legal fee unless we win your case, you can rely on our honest judgment when determining whether you have a case.

To speak to a lawyer about your work injury and available workers' compensation options, call 484-619-2949 or reach us online. From our office in Whitehall, we represent clients throughout Lehigh Valley and surrounding areas.

*A Workers' Compensation Law Certified Specialist by the Pennsylvania State Bar Association Workers' Compensation Section as authorized by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.