People who work on production lines and
assembly lines perform the same motions continuously throughout their
workday. Additionally, the repetitive motions must be performed at certain
speeds to meet production goals, placing excessive strain on the body.
Repetitive stress injuries can affect any part of the body, including the
hands, shoulders, back and legs. Under Georgia’s workers’ compensation
laws, workers who have sustained on-the-job repetitive motion injuries are
entitled to benefits.
A Skilled Attorney on Your Side
Barnett Law Firm provides comprehensive representation for injured
clients seeking workers’ compensation benefits. If you have been injured
in a production or assembly accident, lawyer Hank
Barnett can assist with the initial application, appeals if your claim
was denied and any other aspect of your claim.
Workers in production and industrial jobs
frequently perform the same motions day after day, year after year.
Repetitive motion injuries can affect body parts such as the:
A repetitive stress injury can be painful and
debilitating, causing the injured worker to miss work and require medical
attention. Since 1983, attorney Hank Barnett has been dedicated to
fighting for his injured clients’ rights to workers’ compensation
benefits. If your employer or their workers’ compensation insurance
company is denying you coverage for your injuries, talk to our firm.