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Q
If I become unable to work because I was required to make repetitive motions over long periods of time, may I recover workers’ compensation benefits even if I am not in an accident?

A

Yes, if a worker is required to make repetitive motions as part of their work responsibilities over long periods of time, these movements may eventually impede on the worker's range of movement. Decreased mobility could prevent the worker from doing their job or take away their ability to complete similar work. In some cases, this type of work-related injury could be eligible for workers' compensation benefits.