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  • Proving the Cause of Tennis Elbow in Injury Cases

    Tennis elbow—or lateral epicondylitis—can be a debilitating injury for workers of all kinds to deal with. There are various ways in which different job duties could result in damage to the tendons inside the elbow. Unfortunately, if you cannot provide… Read More
  • Factors Impacting the Severity of a Hand and Finger Injury

    A 2016 report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics stated that more than 20 percent of injuries that occur in American workplaces impact the hand or fingers, ranging from minor lacerations and punctures to catastrophic crushing injuries and amputations.… Read More
  • Common Hand and Finger Injuries in Construction Accidents

    Working on a construction site can be an inherently dangerous occupation, even if you and your coworkers follow safety precautions and wear proper safety gear. Between exposure to sharp tools and machinery, the common use of heavy construction materials, and… Read More
  • Common Ankle Injuries Sustained from Slip and Fall Accidents

    Thousands of people in the state get hurt in slipping or tripping accidents every day, leading to tens or even hundreds of thousands of dollars in damages. While an awkward landing can lead to injuries like broken bones and ligament… Read More
  • Compensation for Tennis Elbow

    Despite the name, the degenerative joint injury known as “tennis elbow” does not always come from sports-related impacts or motions. Anyone whose job requires manual labor—especially individuals who perform repetitive lifting, pulling, or pushing tasks—is at risk of developing tennis… Read More
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