Compensation for Specific and Cumulative Injuries
A specific injury is a sudden injury, often related to an accident. For example, if you lift a heavy box and feel immediate pain in your back, you have suffered a specific injury.
A cumulative injury is an injury that develops over time. For example, if you do repetitive work activities, such as typing, and you develop pain in your hands and wrists over time, you have suffered a cumulative injury.
Representing Victims of All Types of Job Injury Claims
Attorney Thomas M. DeBenedetto represents construction workers, assembly workers, airport workers, office workers, nurses and anyone else who suffers an injury on-the-job. We have recovered compensation for people who have suffered:
Handling Workplace Death Claims
If you believe that a loved one died as a result of a job injury or an illness caused by the workplace, you may be able to pursue a claim. We can help.