Injury claims solicitor in Lower Stondon


Stondon means a ‘’stone hill’’ in Saxon definition. Your work may expose you to certain risks and you may develop work-related tendonitis condition. The physician who treats you will explain the injury and the limitations you will face. The condition may create adverse effects which become painful on any slight movement. This will present you with an urge to seek an injury claims solicitor in Lower Stondon.

How to seek legal help

If you do not find a legal expert within Stondon ,you can always turn to Accident Advice Helpline to get you a friendly and professional injury claims solicitor in Lower Stondon who will deliver success in your lawsuit or in a personal injury compensation settlement. Do not accept the amount your employer offers you outright because they may give you a lower amount than what you are worth.

Injuries that require an injury claims solicitor in Lower Stondon

Tendonitis is an inflammation of the tendons and muscles that hold the joint in position. This injury destroys the muscles and the joint loses motion to some level. If you can prove that your employer failed to provide you with the right equipment and furniture which made you develop tendonitis, an injury solicitor in Lower Stondon may be your next consultation after you receive medical treatment.

  • Acute pain-irritation of the tendons causes acute pain that will not go away. Resting the arm, use of ice-packs, splints and braces usually helps.
  • Inflammation-you may develop inflammation of the tendons, muscles and joints. This may be accompanied by severe burning pain which is triggered after attempting any activity using your arm. Anti-inflammatory drugs like ibuprofen, aspirin and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs NSAIDs are given. Steroid injections may be administered in the affected area in the short-term.
  • Tenderness, Stiffness and Swelling-tendons on your wrist, fingers and elbows may become red, stiff and tender.
  • Disability and Deformity- movement becomes limited leading to disability. This can be observed on X-rays, CT scans or MRIs, but permanent disability and deformity would only happen due to excessive strain. Surgery may be performed to realign the tendons and the joints. Any tearing can be rectified. 

Accident Advice Helpline can be reached on 0800 689 0500 from a land line or by dialling from a mobile on 0333 500 0993 to connect you with a solicitor in their team who specialises in tendonitis claims. The initial call will be free of charge and you will not be obliged to pursue your claim with them. You can take the 30-second test on their website to determine if you qualify to make a claim.

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