Bloomingdale Office Worker Injuries Attorneys
Skilled Representation for Office Worker Injury Cases in DuPage and Kane Counties
Office workers are at a greater risk of workplace injuries than most people realize. Though their jobs are not as physically demanding as those of construction workers, warehouse and factory workers, or even healthcare workers, sitting at a desk for extended periods of time can still be very stressful. If you have suffered an injury in an office environment, you may be eligible to file a workers' compensation claim. This process can be difficult to navigate, however, and it is helpful to speak with a skilled workers' compensation attorney with particular experience handling office worker injury claims.
The award-winning attorneys at Mevorah & Giglio Law Offices have represented individuals who have suffered workplace injuries in northern Illinois for over 40 years. We have in-depth experience with office worker injury cases and all other types of workers' compensation claims. Our attorneys put our experience to work to provide comprehensive representation to our clients and ensure they are exploring all potential legal avenues to recover full compensation for their injuries.
We have been highly acclaimed not only for our experience and skill, but also for our aggressive advocacy on behalf of our clients. Our lawyers are honest, straightforward, responsive and down to earth. We work hard to remain as accessible as possible and to respond quickly to all client questions and concerns. We offer free consultations, extended evening and weekend hours to accommodate your busy schedule, four area locations to serve you, and we handle all personal injury cases on a contingency basis; so you never have to pay upfront attorney fees to receive the experienced representation you deserve.
Common Types of Office Worker Injuries in Illinois
Working at a desk, especially on a computer for several hours at a time, can pose several health risks. These include:
- Neck, back, arm and shoulder injuries from remaining in the same position for long periods of time;
- Carpal tunnel syndrome and other repetitive stress injuries;
- Musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs);
- Headaches and eye strain from staring at a computer for several hours at a time; and
- Injuries related to stress such as heart attacks and strokes.
Companies are becoming increasingly aware of the risks of office worker injuries. In recent years, many have designed office environments with an emphasis on ergonomics. OSHA has also set ergonomic standards to help foster a healthier and safer work environment. Companies that do not comply with OSHA standards create a greater risk of injuries in their workplace.At Mevorah & Giglio Law Offices, we understand the physical, emotional and financial toll workplace injuries have on workers and their families. We believe the last thing you need is more stress during the legal process. We work closely with clients to examine their specific circumstances and determine if they have a workers' compensation claim, third party injury claim, Social Security Disability claim or another legal path to obtaining compensation for their injuries. With us doing everything possible ensure you are fully compensated, you can focus on your recovery. For a free consultation with one of our experienced Illinois office worker injuries lawyers, contact our attorneys today at 630-932-9100630-932-9100.