Truck Driver Injuries Due To Repetitive Motion
Anyone who has ever ridden in the cab of an 18-wheeler knows that these massive machines are nothing like driving a car. Maintaining control at highway speeds requires constant contact with the steering wheel fighting against the pitch of the road, and with one foot constantly on the accelerator, brake or clutch pedals.
Trucker repetitive stress injuries to muscles and joints happen because of:
- Fighting the steering wheel
- Turning the neck and head in awkward positions
- Gas, brake and clutch pedal foot action
- Climbing in and out of the cab
- Pulling tandems
Decades Of Experience And More Than $100 Million Recovered For Clients
You are not imagining the pain and you are not alone. There are thousands of truck drivers suffering from carpal tunnel syndrome and other repetitive stress injuries. We have helped so many truckers. We will do everything we can to help you.
We Focus On Protecting Truck Drivers’ Livelihoods
At Trucker Lawyers, we know being a truck driver isn’t just another job that came along. Those types of drivers never stay behind the wheel for long.
If you’ve been on the job long enough to suffer a repetitive stress injury, you have made it your career and your family’s livelihood. We’re here to protect it.