Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: Is it work-related?
Workers’ Compensation Law
, March 2009
In light of the medical research presented in this article, there should be a decrease in carpal tunnel claims that are accepted as compensable. There is no scientific or medical basis for relating carpal tunnel syndrome to work activities. When there is no medical evidence to support finding a causal connection between carpal tunnel syndrome and work activities, the Commission should not make legal conclusions to the contrary.
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