Computer Mouse and Input Device Hand or Wrist Injuries

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Countless medical and scientific studies have determined that prolonged use of computer mice and other computer input devices, like the keyboard, can lead to a variety of physical ailments. Such ailments include carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis, rotator cuff tendonitis, epicondylitis, herniated spinal discs, loss of grip strength, tarasal tunnel syndrome, raynaud's phenomenon, sciatica, ganglion cyst, dequervain's disease, carpet layers knee, trigger finger and lower back pain.

It is alleged that manufacturers of computer mice and other computer input devices, such as keyboards, have made and sold hazardous products, failed to adequately warn the public of the dangers of their products, failed to provide adequate instructions on safe use of their products and failed to take other measures which would protect their customers from dangers of their products.

Register your Computer Mouse or Keyboard Hand Injury Complaint

If you have any of the above conditions AND a physician has linked the condition to computer use, you may qualify for damages or remedies that may be awarded in a possible class action lawsuit. Please fill in our form on the right to submit your complaint and we will have this lawyer review your complaint.

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