Links Relating to Computer injuries and employee rights


This page contains links to web sites and pages having to do with my case, employee rights, my injuries, and some other people who have had their rights abused.


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RSI and Computer Injury related links

 

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Employee Rights

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Related law pages

 


Recommended books.


Repetitive Strain Injury by Emil Pascarelli, Deborah Quilter. This has been recognized as one of the leading books on computer related RSIs.

 

 

The Whartons' Stretch Book. My neuromuscular therapist originally recommend this book.  I found several stretches in the book to help.

 

  Take Charge of Your Workers Compensation Claim, by Attorney Christopher Ball. It has been reported that that many California judges and  workers compensation adjusters keep a copy of this book on their desks.

 Note: This book is for California claims as workers compensation laws are very state specific.

 

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