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In order to perform your job well, you need to be ready and able to work every day. Some injuries may seem minimal in the moment, however as time goes on, the injuries become increasingly painful and may jeopardize your future ability to work. Performing the same job duties everyday can cause serious injuries to develop over time.

Every employer has a legal duty to provide safe working conditions for their employees. Employees are often not aware of the possible dangers in their work environment until it is too late. Cumulative trauma or repetitive stress injuries happen in all types of work places, from construction sites to warehouses, factories and office environments.

What Should I Do If I Have Suffered a Cumulative Trauma or Repetitive Injury?

If you have been injured due to cumulative trauma, the attorneys at Gentry & Ashton Law are ready to help you. We recommend you take the following steps:
  • REPORT YOUR INJURY. Often employees wait to report any incident because they assume they will recover quickly. As soon as you start feeling pain from your cumulative trauma, let your employer know.
  • SEE YOUR DOCTOR. Your employer should give you a referral to a medical clinic. It is very important that you take stock of every single thing that is wrong. These reports are imperative in getting you the medical care you need.
  • CALL AN ATTORNEY. Once you have seen the doctor, you should seek out an experienced cumulative trauma attorney. From there, we can help you determine what your next steps should be.
If you have been injured due to cumulative trauma, you need a dedicated attorney by your side. An experienced cumulative trauma attorney can get you the help you need. At Gentry & Ashton Law, we have handled numerous cumulative trauma cases and we have the knowledge and experience necessary to help navigate this difficult time for you and your loved ones.  Contact us today at (714) 541-4161 or fill out our Case Evaluation Form to schedule your FREE consultation and case evaluation.