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    Injury compensation lawyer in Stoke Canon


    The tiny village of Stoke Canon is found in East Devon. Despite its tiny population, it does have a lot of people who work in offices every day, full-time. Those who do have probably experienced repetitive strain injury at some point or another. Throughout this, there is no doubt that they will have found themselves wondering whether or not it would be worth contacting an injury compensation lawyer in Stoke Canon and seeing if they can get some form of compensation for what has happened to them.

    How to get hold of an injury compensation lawyer in Stoke Canon

    Getting an injury compensation lawyer in Stoke Canon is not as difficult as you may think. In fact, if you contact Accident Advice Helpline, we can put you in touch with one who may be able to help you with a claim.

    You can take the 30-second test on our website to find out almost immediately whether you have a claim or not. You certainly won’t regret it. You can also give us a call on 0800 180 4123, where a friendly and professional consultant will help you to find out quickly if you will be compensated for the injuries you sustained.

    Injuries caused by repetitive strain

    So, what is a repetitive strain injury? Well, in a nutshell this is a problem that occurs when you do a task repeatedly. Some of the different types of injuries associated with this problem have been listed below:

    • Pain in the wrist or hand – Imagine using a computer mouse non-stop for a period of eight hours a day, five days a week. It makes logical sense that this will start to hurt, as it puts a lot of strain on the muscles and nerves of the hand and the arm. If this is the case with you in your job, it may be time to contact an injury lawyer in Stoke Canon.
    • Back pain – Sitting in a desk chair is one of the worst things that anyone can do. As you find as the years go by, you will suffer more and more from upper and lower back pain, and this can be compounded the longer it is ignored.
    • Eye strain – Staring at a computer screen for long periods will obviously have negative effects on your eyesight. If this happens, you may find that your eyesight deteriorates over time, which may mean you could qualify for a compensation claim.

    So, what’s the solution for all of these problems? To call Accident Advice Helpline, of course, and get our advice about how to contact an injury compensation lawyer in Stoke Canon so that they can get your claim started, enabling you to live a happier life.

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    Date Published: 22nd October 2013

    Author: David Brown

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