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Can repetitive injuries leave you hurting for financial benefits?

Carrying out the same duties day after day occurs on the job for many individuals. Though this type of activity may make your days seem mundane, you may appreciate knowing what your work day consists of and what to expect. However, over time, you could develop serious injuries due to the repetitive motions necessary for your job, and these injuries could affect your daily life in a significant way.

Carpal tunnel syndrome commonly results from performing the same motion over and over, but it may interest you to know that other types of repetitive injuries could occur as well. If you feel that you may have developed one or more of these issues in the course of your employment, you may want to find out whether you could qualify for workers' compensation.

Tendinitis

Tendinitis occurs when the tendons that connect your muscles to your bones become inflamed. Inflammation can cause pain and other negative effects that make it difficult for you to perform daily tasks. Commonly, tendinitis affects shoulders, biceps and elbows. Many athletes suffer from tendinitis, but other individuals can also develop this injury over time.

The possibility also exists of developing a similar condition known as tenosynovitis. This issue occurs when the lubricating sheath associated with the tendons becomes inflamed as well.

Bursitis

Bursitis also involves the development of inflammation. Bursitis affects small pouches known as bursae that serve to cushion and lubricate areas between tendons and bone. Though various types of bursitis exist, traumatic bursitis associates with repetitive motion injuries. This type of injury can also cause immense pain.

Effects on work

Because these repetitive motion injuries can cause you pain, you may find yourself unable to perform your work duties as well as you once could. As a result, you may need to take on a lighter workload or leave your job entirely. Obviously, either of these outcomes could result in serious financial difficulties for you and your family. Therefore, you may wonder whether you could qualify for workers' compensation.

Workers' compensation can often provide useful financial benefits for individuals who have suffered injuries while on the job. However, you could potentially have a more difficult time proving the need for benefits for repetitive motion injuries and other issues developed over time. Luckily, an experienced California attorney could assist you in determining your options for seeking workers' comp benefits and help you through the necessary application process.

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