Indianapolis Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Lawyers
The median nerve runs from your arm into your hand, through your wrist, controlling the movement of your fingers and thumbs, in addition to pain sensations in your hand, palm, and wrist. When this nerve is compressed, for whatever reason, pain, numbness, or weakness may develop in the hand, wrist, and forearm. This compression typically results from swollen tendons pressing on the nerves. The tendons in the wrist most commonly begin to swell and become inflamed due to overuse from repetitive motions. In many jobs, employees are at risk for this condition.
If you have developed carpal tunnel syndrome because of your occupation, contact the Indianapolis carpal tunnel attorneys of Hankey Marks & Crider today at (317) 634-8565 to discuss your situation with one of our qualified repetitive motion injury attorneys.
Getting the Compensation you Deserve
Carpal tunnel syndrome is often very difficult to conclusively diagnose, typically relying on subjective tests rather than physical symptoms. Because of this, many employers are reluctant to fully cover expenses related to carpal tunnel syndrome, if they even cover it at all.
If you or a loved one is suffering from carpal tunnel syndrome acquired on the job, you deserve to be compensated for the pain that you have had to endure. The experienced Indianapolis carpal tunnel syndrome lawyers of Hankey Marks & Crider can help you fight to get the compensation you need to get the right medical treatment.
Due to the controversial nature of carpal tunnel syndrome, and the fact that it is often difficult to diagnose on any concrete grounds save for the word of the victim, many employers may be likely to try to deny responsibility for a case of carpal tunnel syndrome, or even deny that the employee even has the condition at all.
If your or a loved one’s employer is denying workers’ compensation benefits for carpal tunnel syndrome, contact the Indianapolis carpal tunnel syndrome lawyers at Hankey Marks & Crider at (317) 634-8565, and we will fight to hold your employer responsible for your injuries.