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Office and Administrative Support Work-Related Injuries

Office and administrative work is one of the biggest industries in Minnesota and employs hundreds of thousands of workers. Although many people view office work as being safe and danger-free compared to other occupations, it can still put workers at risk of suffering disabling injuries.

At Fields Law Firm, our legal team knows that all on-the-job injuries, regardless of how or where they happened, can change your life. That’s why it’s our goal to give all injured Minnesota workers the advice and information they need to make the right decisions about their futures. Speak to our attorneys today by dialing 1-888-343-5375 or completing a free contact form.

Common Office Injuries

Some of the most common injuries suffered in the office include:

  • Slip and Fall Injuries
    Spilled drinks, leaky roofs, and wet tile in bathrooms can all cause office workers to slip and fall and suffer serious back, neck, and head injuries.
  • Ergonomic and Repetitive Stress Injuries
    Because office workers are often seated at their desks performing the same work for hours at a time, they can suffer neck, arm, wrist, hand, and other repetitive stress injuries if their work stations aren’t ergonomic and designed for their bodies.
  • Neurological and Visual Injuries
    People who work with computers every day can develop severe eye strain after weeks, months, or years on the job. Over time, this eye strain can cause blurry vision, light sensitivity, and even chronic migraine headaches.

Your Next Steps

When you’re too hurt to go back to work, you may be hesitant to call a lawyer, because you’re afraid of what might happen if your employer finds out. At Fields Law, we take great care to keep all client communication private. We became one of the largest and most respected work injury law firms in Minnesota by providing exceptional and confidential service to all clients, and now we want to help you. Call today.

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