Carpal Tunnel Claims
Carpal tunnel disease results from pressure on the median nerve near the wrist. The most common cause of carpal tunnel syndrome is occupational duties. For many workers, hand intensive activities result in numbness in the fingers, loss of grip strength and other symptoms. These conditions are progressive; often, the pain becomes unbearable before an employee makes a complaint.
If you believe that you have carpal tunnel disease as a result of your employment, there are a number of issues that may impact whether you receive appropriate medical treatment and compensation. These issues like notice to your employer, description of job duties, last employment and others require the assistance of an experienced workers compensation attorney.
Please complete the questionnaire on this page or call attorney Michael Sudekum at 314-621-1701 to discuss your case.