Attorneys Representing Railroad Workers With Cumulative Trauma Injuries

In general, workers' compensation claims are available for two types of injuries. A specific injury refers to an injury that occurred because of one accident, such as falling and breaking a bone or losing a limb in an accident.

For railroad workers, however, cumulative trauma injuries often cause the worst damage. A cumulative trauma injury (also known as a repetitive stress injury) occurs as a result of months or years of working in an unsafe environment. When workers are continually and repetitively exposed to negative working conditions, their bodies wear down. After time, continued toxic exposure, whole body vibration or loud noise can cause permanent injuries.

Litigating Claims Against Rail Carriers Across The Country

At Bremseth Law Firm, we help railroad workers across the country receive the benefits they need and deserve after suffering cumulative trauma injuries. From our office in Minnetonka, Minnesota, our attorneys have represented thousands of railroad workers and have successfully brought claims against major rail carriers nationwide.

Cumulative Trauma Injuries Suffered By Railroad Workers

All workers can suffer from cumulative trauma injuries. Some of the most common injuries suffered by railroad workers include:

  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Vibration white finger
  • Muscle strains
  • Tendonitis
  • Pinched nerves

In general, the sooner a cumulative injury is identified and treated, the better the chances the individual has of making a full recovery. Contact Bremseth Law Firm today to schedule an initial consultation and work with experienced lawyers who can help you receive the benefits you are entitled to by Federal Employers' Liability Act (FELA). We can be reached online or by calling 952-475-2800.