Repetitive Strain Injury Compensation

Law firms that specialize in cases involving construction workers and repetitive strain injury (RSI) are the best choice when you wish to explore the possibility of filing a legal claim that is related to these factors. If you work at a construction site and have experienced an injury due to the use of equipment or other activities, you may or may not be entitled to a valid legal claim.

Determining Whether or Not the Employer is Liable

Accidents that involve construction workers and repetitive strain injury, as a result, can render the employer legally culpable, but not in all instances as a blanket rule. You may file a legal claim and be compensated for medical expenses and/or other damages, provided certain stipulations are met within the details of your particular situation. A reputable personal injury attorney that is familiar with construction-related cases can assist you in making this determination.

How the Statute of Limitations Applies to RSI Claims

Filing a New York construction injury claim may be different from standard personal injury cases, from the standpoint of the statute of limitations. Each state has its own deadline under this statute, ranging from 2 to 6 years generally, which sets a time limit on how long after an injury occurs one may file a legal claim.

Historically, courts have often held RSI-based cases in the same light as any other personal injury case, with regard to enforcement of the statute of limitations. From a practical standpoint, in New York, for instance, that may mean you will need to file your suit within 3 years of your first documented RSI symptom.

Confirm Your RSI Lawsuit Concerns With a Qualified Attorney

Lawsuits relating to construction site maintenance issues and injuries can be complex and confusing. Before making assumptions that may prevent or delay you from filing your lawsuit, contact a qualified personal injury law firm, and verify any suspicions and questions you may have. Even when you think your case is invalid or expired for any reason, your attorney may be able to find a way to file your claim.

Call 212-268-3222 to discuss the next step to filing repetitive strain injury compensation claims.

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