Pennsylvania Repetitive Stress Injury Attorney

Losing the functionality of a body part as the result of a work injury can be devastating. Unable to continue living your life the way you were or doing your job in the manner that you are used to can be stressful and leave you wondering what your options are.

At the law office of Louis P. Lombardi II Law, LLC., our firm has years of experience handling loss of function cases for clients in Norristown, Delaware County, Bucks County, Chester County, Montgomery County, and other Pennsylvania communities. We are dedicated to standing up for the rights of injured workers. We work closely with doctors and other experts to ensure that we have all of the proper documentation that shows how the loss of function stemmed from your job responsibilities or work injury. Call our office today to schedule a free initial consultation: 610.239.7600.

Whether you are unable to use whole portions of your body or just a few, it is important that clients know that any loss of function can impact their lives. We handle cases involving the loss of function of all types of body parts, including:

  • Neck
  • Back
  • Hips
  • Knees
  • Fingers
  • Ankles
  • Toes
  • Wrists
  • Arms
  • Shoulders

The Nature of Your Work

The nature of the work you do may directly lead to the loss of function. For instance, someone who works on a computer and types all day may be prone to carpal tunnel syndrome. At various stages of this condition, parts of the hands and wrists may be impaired to the point at which the individual can barely move them. This could potentially result in a loss of function claim. Also, a worker who spends his or her day lifting things at work may sustain a back injury that leaves him or her nearly bed-ridden and unable to function on a daily basis. This, too, may result in a loss of function claim. Any type of work that causes an injury can result in the loss of functionality. We can meet with you to assess your specific situation and help you understand the possibility of obtaining workers’ compensation benefits on your behalf.

Contact our Attorney Today

Contact our Pennsylvania workers’ comp and repetitive stress injury lawyer to learn more about the services we offer. We offer a free initial consultation and take no attorney fees unless we recover money for you.