Helping You Build A Case For Your Cumulative Injury
Many injuries are the result of one major accident. Others, known as cumulative injuries, gradually accumulate over an extended period. You have the right to seek workers’ compensation if you incurred a cumulative injury in the line of work. However, this is not always easy.
At the Law Offices of Charles W. Kranstuber, LPA, in Columbus, we know how to help you build your case. Having helped countless workers throughout Ohio, attorney Charles W. Kranstuber understands the process of recovering benefits or compensation. We handle cases involving a variety of injuries, including:
- Carpal tunnel
- Spinal cord injuries
- Lower back damage
- Repetitive stress injuries
- Mental health problems
From acquiring medical evidence to completing the extensive application process, we will stand with you at every step. Our objective is always to recover the maximum amount of benefits or compensation available to you.
Cumulative Injuries: What To Know
The medical field has a newfound understanding of just how damaging cumulative trauma can be. As recently as 15 years ago, medical professionals often dismissed cumulative injuries as insignificant. Now, many doctors as well as insurers and employers understand the life-altering consequences of cumulative injuries. As a result, most forms of cumulative trauma qualify for workers’ compensation benefits.
Cumulative injuries develop from a repetitive work activity or from gradual exposure to a hazardous environment. For example, hammering nails or typing at a keyboard can cause muscle strain over the course of several years. Long-term exposure to toxic fumes or loud noises can damage the lungs or eardrums. If you had a preexisting injury that your job duties exacerbated, you may still qualify for workers’ compensation.
Get Our Experienced Help To Build Your Case
Putting together a persuasive workers’ compensation application is not easy, especially when it comes to proving the severity of your cumulative injury. We will help you seek the benefits you deserve. Schedule a free initial consultation with the Law Offices of Charles W. Kranstuber, LPA, to discuss your injury. Call 614-255-6134 or send an email today.