If you are suffering from a repetitive strain injury, and it was caused by work, you do not have to suffer in silence. Our personal injury lawyers, here at Accident Advice Helpline, can help you to make a repetitive strain injury claim, so that you are compensated for the pain and suffering that has been inflicted on you through no fault of your own.
The cost of making a repetitive strain injury claim
One of the things that stops so many people from picking up the phone and calling us to make a claim is the perceived cost of making a repetitive strain injury claim. So many people think that they will require a large sum of money in order to retain the services of a decent personal injury lawyer, but luckily for them, and for you, that is simply not the case.
Free advice and no win, no fee*
At Accident Advice Helpline, we are happy to offer free repetitive strain injury claims advice to anyone who calls us with a query. We will assess your claim and let you know if you have a good case for compensation, and give you an estimate of how much we think your claim could be worth.
If we think you could be entitled to compensation, we can put you in touch with some of the best in-house personal injury lawyers who work on a no-win, no-fee* basis, so in fact, you do not have to find a penny to pay for your lawyer’s fees upfront.
When you enter into a no-win, no-fee* agreement, you are not required to pay any lawyer’s fees upfront, or during the time they are working on your case. It is only if and when you are awarded compensation that you will be required to make any payment, by which time you will be in a position to do so, which means that the cost of making a repetitive strain injury claim is nothing until your claim is successful.
To find out more about the cost of making a repetitive strain injury claim, just call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500, or on 0333 500 0993 from your mobile. We are always on hand to help with your claim.
Date Published: 13th August 2016
Author: Lynne Bell
Category: Repetitive strain injury