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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Injury Claim in Holsworthy

    It often happens that people working in an office get up out of a chair and feel their backs strain at the effort. While this can be a sign of old age, or even of working too hard, sometimes, a pain in the workplace is more than just a pain. It may be a repetitive strain injury, in which case, you will have the opportunity to make an injury claim in Holsworthy.

    A repetitive strain injury is a problem that affects many people in this day and age because our work regimes are so strict and workplaces are not always ergonomically designed. Think about the kinds of pain you suffer from in the workplace. If you suspect it may be repetitive strain injury, do what Esther Rantzen recommends and call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500. They will take you through the steps to help you determine if you have an injury claim in Holsworthy.

    How to spot if you have an injury claim Holsworthy

    If you can’t get to a phone, or you don’t want to take the 30-second test on the website, consider some of the injuries below and think about whether any of the signs or symptoms feel familiar to you. If the answer is yes, you may have the grounds to make a claim.

    • Tendonitis – this problem comes about in the arms and wrists from repetitive clicking of a mouse or typing on a keyboard. Because most jobs these days require a computer, you may find yourself clicking away on the keyboard or mouse for hours, in which case your wrists may start to ache. This is a bigger problem than you think and may cause problems in later life.
    • Leg strain – someone who works with their leg repeatedly pushing an accelerator or button, such as a seamstress or a vehicle operator may suffer from the pain of repetitive strain. In this case, there may be a case for an injury claim in Holsworthy.
    • Tennis elbow – tennis elbow is a name for a type of repetitive stress injury that actually has nothing to do with tennis. The problem is caused by a repetitive motion such as a masseuse may have if they have to give a lot of massages in a day. The repetitive pushing may cause a lot of tension in the wrist and arm and will cause pain.

    Some of these scenarios are probably sounding familiar to you. If they are, remember that you do have options as far as making an injury claim in Holsworthy is concerned and there is someone who will listen, give advice and try to help you. All you have to do is take the first step and make one simple phone call.

    Date Published: 28th October 2013

    Author: David Brown

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