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    How to get legal help in Sedlescombe

    Vibration White Finger symptoms? Find out how to get legal help in Sedlescombe

    Vibration White Finger is well recognised as an industrial related injury that is caused by the prolonged and repetitive use of vibrating machinery or hand held tools. Usually symptoms are found to develop after at least a decade of using vibrating tools. It is unclear what causes the condition to develop, but it is thought that the vibrating tools may cause the small blood vessels and nerves in the fingers and hand to become damaged. Talk to us today if you’re wondering how to get legal help in Sedlescombe.

    What sort of tools can cause Vibration White Finger Syndrome?

    Any sort of vibrating tool used for prolonged periods can cause the condition, just some of these are:

    • pneumatic drills
    • grinders
    • sanders
    • chainsaws
    • impact wrenches
    • hammer drills

    What are the symptoms of Vibration White Fingers?

    The symptoms develop over a long period of time and may include:

    1. Tingling and numbness of the fingers and thumb. The tips of the fingers and thumb may initially be affected, but as the condition worsens then the whole finger may become numb
    2. The fingers will gradually change colour and symptoms may worsen if contact with vibrating equipment continues. If the fingers are exposed to wet, cold or icy conditions then the fingers may change to blue and then white as the blood supply is interrupted.
    3. The fingers and hands will lose their manual dexterity and grip, as muscles become wasted.
    4. Considerable pain and discomfort which can become very debilitating.

    Make your injury claim for Vibration White Finger Syndrome using Injury Lawyers in Sedlescombe

    If you, or some one you know, suffer with the symptoms of Vibration White Finger then you may be legally entitled to make a personal injury compensation claim for industrial injury against your employer, even if you used vibrating equipment many years earlier.

    The Accident Advice Helpline have been established for over 14 years’ and they provide expert free legal advice and information about making and claiming personal injury compensation claims. Their advisers are highly trained and are able to answer any queries that you may have about making a claim for Vibration White Finger Syndrome using injury lawyers in Sedlescombe.

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    The injury lawyers in Sedlescombe will act on your behalf on a 100% no win, no fee basis and they will ensure that your claim is processed reliably, dependably and accountably.  No money will be needed to start you claim, and no money needed if your claim is lost.

    To find out more about claiming using injury lawyers in Sedlescombe, call and speak to a friendly adviser or go online and take the challenge offered by their unique 30 second test. Within seconds, you can establish if you are eligible to make an injury claim for Vibration White Finger Syndrome using injury lawyers in Sedlescombe and how much you can expect to be awarded. Learn how to get legal help in Sedlescombe today.

    Date Published: 2nd November 2013

    Author: David Brown

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