Carpal Tunnel/Repetitive Motion

San Diego Carpal Tunnel/Repetitive Motion Attorney

Carpal tunnel syndrome or CTS as it is also referred to, is a painful progressive condition caused by compression of a nerve (the median nerve) in the wrist. Repetitive motion injuries occur from prolonged repetitive, forceful or awkward motions. Both carpal tunnel and repetitive motion injuries can cause painful, debilitating symptoms that can affect an individual’s ability to work and function as they did before the injury occurred. Individuals suffering from a severe CTS or repetitive motion injury may require costly surgeries and weeks, months or possibly years of physical therapy.

After suffering a serious carpal tunnel or repetitive motion injury, you would be well advised to seek experienced legal representation immediately. The carpal tunnel and repetitive motion lawyers in Los Angeles at the Mitchell Law Corporation can apply our years of litigation knowledge to get you maximum compensation for the expenses associated with your injuries. Our aggressive litigation approach has proven successful – we have recovered hundreds of millions of dollars for our clients and will work tirelessly to make sure you are fairly compensated.

Symptoms of Tendinitis

As mentioned above, carpal tunnel syndrome occurs when the median nerve is pressed or squeezed at the wrist. When the nerve protected by the carpal tunnel tube is compressed, painful and debilitating symptoms can arise. Numbness, muscle weakness, and tingling sensations in the palm of the hands and fingers are common symptoms of CTS sufferers.

Repetitive Motion Symptoms

Repetitive motion injuries can be aggravated by the actions of daily living and are one of the most common types of injuries sustained in the U.S. The more common types of repetitive motion injuries are tendinitis and bursitis. Tendinitis is a term used to describe an inflamed tendon. Inflammation is usually found at the location where a tendon inserts into a bone. Bursitis is a term used to describe inflammation of a bursa sac (a small sac that serves as a cushion in the area between a tendon and a bone). Traumatic bursitis is typically associated with repetitive motion actions. Bursitis sufferers often have stiffness or achiness at the affected joint, which may look red and swollen.

Fighting for Victims’ Rights

Many of the injured victims who contact our firm have realized that without experienced legal representation, it can be difficult to get the medical care and the monetary funds needed to get on the path to recovery (if a full recovery is possible).

Do not risk your one chance to get maximum monetary compensation for injury-related damages. Our team of ethical carpal tunnel and repetitive motion attorneys in San Diego will fight for your right to the highest quality health care and settlement amount possible. You can be confident that with our representation, you will get better health care and a larger settlement then if you attempted to represent yourself.

Free Case Consultation

When you call our law firm at (310) 442-9380 in Los Angeles or at (619) 702-6518 in San Diego, we will gladly make you an appointment for a free case consultation. During a free case consultation, you will have the opportunity to speak one-on-one with an ethical carpal tunnel and repetitive motion attorney in Los Angeles at the Mitchell Law Corporation. You will learn your legal rights and get advice on what path is best for you. You are not obligated to hire us, but if you decide to move forward with filing a claim, we will represent you on a no win, no recovery basis.