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    Making Elmbridge no win, no fee* claims for vibration white finger

    Sufferers of vibration white finger are able to make Elmbridge no-win, no-fee* claims. In this post we will provide a greater insight into the different types of vibration white finger, as well as some key advice on how to go about making your claim. So, keep on reading to find out more…

    What is vibration white finger?

    This is an injury that is caused as a result of prolonged use of vibrating machinery or handheld tools. Generally, most people experience the feeling of their fingers or finger tips going numb and turning white. Luckily most individuals make a full recovery. Nonetheless, aside from vibration white finger syndrome there are other types of injuries caused by the use of vibrating machinery. Let’s take a look at these in further detail…

    • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome – This syndrome causes numbness and tingling in the fingers. It happens because the injury has been caused to the median nerve at the carpal tunnel in the hand and wrist. It can be particularly problematic in the evening.
    • Nerve Damage – Nerve damage can cause pins and needles, tingling and the loss of the sense of touch.
    • Musculo-Skeleton Problems – This is an injury to the joints and can result in loss of grip.
    • Raynaud’s Phenomenon – Finger tips or fingers blanch or turn white.

    Can I claim?

    All employers have a duty to ensure that their workers are in a safe environment. If your employer has failed to take the necessary steps to ensure that you aren’t putting yourself at risk of vibration white finger you will be able to claim. For Elmbridge ‘no win, no fee*’ claims for vibration white finger you typically have three years from the date of your diagnosis to make a claim.

    At Accident Advice Helpline, we have a team of experienced solicitors who all work on a no- win, no-fee* basis. If a doctor has diagnosed you with vibration white finger and would like to know more about Elmbridge no-win, no-fee* claims give us a call on our legal helpline today.

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    Claim times vary, so the sooner you make contact, the better.

    Date Published: 23rd September 2014

    Author: David Brown

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    No-Win No-Fee: *Subject to insurance costs. Fee payable if case not pursued at client's request.