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    How to get legal help in Seaton Carew

    Do you need to know how to get legal help in Seaton Carew?

    We know how to get legal help in Seaton Carew for occupational problems and we can help you! Vibration white finger, or dead finger, is also more commonly known today as hand arm vibration syndrome (HAVS).  This condition is associated with industrial work, especially the prolonged and repetitive use of vibrating machinery or hand held vibrating tools over a long period of time.  Infact, the symptoms may not become apparant for many years after the prolonged use of vibrating equipment has ceased.  However, once the symptoms develop they are irreversible and the damage is life long. Get in touch to find out how to get legal help in Seaton Carew.

    How does working with vibrating equipment cause vibration white finger to develop?

    It is unclear how the prolonged and repetitive use of vibrating tools and equipment causes the devastating symptoms of vibration white finger.  However, it is thought that the vibrating equipment may cause the small blood vessels and nerves in the fingers and hands to become damaged, interrupting the blood supply and causing numbness and loss of function.

    What are the symptoms of vibration white finger?

    Vibration white finger symptoms include:

    • Pain and throbbing of the fingers
    • Loss of sensation and numbness
    • The fingers to change colour as blood flow is interrupted
    • Fingers to turn white eventually
    • Fine motor movements to become increasingly difficult
    • Loss of function of fingers/hand

    What types of vibrating machinery causes this and might make me want to use injury lawyers in Seaton Carew?

    1. Pneumatic drills
    2. Impact wrenches
    3. Sanders
    4. Grinders
    5. Hammer drills
    6. Chainsaws

    How do I claim for vibration white finger?

    If you, or some one you know, have developed the devastating symptoms of vibration white finger, then you are legally entitled to make a personal injury compensation claim using injury lawyers.

    Accident Advice Helpline can assist you to make a personal injury compensation claim using injury lawyers over the phone, on 0800 689 0500/0333 500 0993 from a mobile, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. They have over 16 years’ experience and expertise to guide you through the injury claims process using injury lawyers. Our advisers are highly trained to answer any queries that you may have and ensure that you are offered no obligation and relevant advice about using injury lawyers.

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    Our injury lawyers will act on your behalf on a 100% no-win, no-fee basis, so you do not have the added worry about financing your claim initially. No money needed to start your claim, and no money needed if you claim is not won.

    If you prefer, try our unique 30 second on line test and find out quickly if you can make a personal injury claim using their injury lawyers in Seaton Carew.  If your claim is valid, the test with also give you an estimate of the amount you might receive. Find out how to get legal help in Seaton Carew today. 

    Date Published: 2nd November 2013

    Author: David Brown

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