What kinds of cumulative trauma and carpal tunnel cases will ABRAMS LANDAU try ?

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Carpal tunnel, cubital tunnel and cumulative trauma lawyer Doug Landau notes the difficulties in these cases
Carpal tunnel, cubital tunnel and cumulative trauma lawyer Doug Landau notes the difficulties in these cases

Cumulative injury cases and Carpal Tunnel claims present difficulties in court because there is usually no sudden, identifiable accident that trial counsel can show the finder of fact.  While the firm has been successful with repetitive trauma claims and carpal tunnel cases, Culpeper injury lawyer Doug Landau has also helped those disabled from sudden injury that results in carpal tunnel syndrome.

In one case, a landscaping worker was struck when a sapling snapped back from a chipper and struck the ABRAMS LANDAU client in the forearm, and carpal tunnel developed.  In another Virginia Workers Compensation claim, a driver’s wrists were hyperextended, resulting in this disabling condition and surgical repair.  In the Landau Law Shop’s negligence and liability cases, hand injuries in car crashes can result in carpal tunnel and compensation for this painful upper extremity diagnosis.  Review of the medical history is very important in these kinds of cases, whether the permanent wrist or forearm injury is from a slip and fall or other traumatic event.  If you or someone you know has been injured in a workplace or car crash where a sudden impact or trauma has resulted in carpal tunnel syndrome or similar diagnosis, please e-mail us at ABRAMS LANDAU, Ltd., or call 703-796-9555 today.

2 responses on “What kinds of cumulative trauma and carpal tunnel cases will ABRAMS LANDAU try ?

  1. lakeisha williams

    Hello my name is lakeisha and Im emailing you to see if my case is strong. I lived in this house for A year now and ever sinc e ive lived here Ive been telling the landlord that the cabinets are unsafe and he needs to repair them. So on and so forth, I kept complaining and we communicate through emails cause hes in another state. all the time he would write back and say my guys came and no one was home or he would respond saying ,wheres the water bill money. this went on and on for almost a year. one day I was cleaning the kitchen and I would always watch the cabinets and the vent over the stove. well this day while cleaning I had my little radio on and I heard something shift as soon as I went to look up the range hood and the cabinets came tumbling down. The nails from the cabinet gashed me aacross my chest and arm and with reflxes I put my hand out and the rangehood and cabinets was on me some how I sufferd a sprain hand and wrist and 2 weeks after I started having pain out of no where I went to my family doc and he sent me to get nerve test done well I have carpal tunnel and never had hand and wrist issues before. now I need surgery can I sue?

    1. Doug Post author

      Dear Ms. Williams, This case is not something our office is equipped to handle. You should perhaps call your local Bar Association “Lawyer Referral Programs.” It is either free or at reduced cost, and an attorney in this area of law will be better able to assist you. Good luck, Doug Landau

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