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Tendonitis is considered an occupational disease if proven
Chronic tendonitis can be recognized as an occupational disease if employees can demonstrate that the illness has arisen due to the same job due to work. The Aachen Administrative Court ruled.
Chronic tendonitis as an occupational disease Chronic tendonitis can be recognized as an occupational disease, as a recent judgment by the Aachen Administrative Court confirmed. In the present case, one of the tax officials had been working on the computer for the past few years. The plaintiffs made it clear that the disease arose from the constant and intensive work on the computer. She had to work with the keyboard and the PC mouse every day. The defendant federal state, however, did not want to recognize the chronic inflammation and saw no particularly separate risk of tendonitis.
Medical report confirms the plaintiff In order to clarify the case, the court ordered an occupational medical report from a university professor. Accordingly, the expert came to the conclusion that there is a connection between the professional activity and the illness. By recognizing it as an occupational disease, the court confirmed the right to an accident insurance benefit. In individual cases, this results in a claim to a higher pension, the cost of therapy or reimbursement of factual damage.
The verdict is not yet legally binding. The defendant Land can appeal against the decision of the first chamber of the Aachen Administrative Court before the Higher Administrative Court of North Rhine-Westphalia. (VG Aachen, file number: 1K 1203/09)
Tendon vaginitis is an inflammation of the tendon sheaths. The inflammation mainly occurs in the area of the forearm and wrist. With acute inflammation, those affected usually notice a painful and palpable rubbing of the tendons. In addition, most patients suffer from moderate to severe warming in the affected regions. In the present case, however, the applicant suffered from the chronic form. Here, the sometimes knotty thickening of the affected tendons sometimes causes severe forearm pain. (sb)
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