Vibration white finger is a condition which affects the fingers, hands and arms and is also known as hand-arm vibration syndrome (HAVS). It is often caused by working conditions, and if your employer has not helped prevent it, an injury lawyer in Parton could help you claim against them.
As the name suggests, this condition is triggered by prolonged and repetitive use of vibrating equipment and it is a common industrial injury which develops over a long period of time, causing painful, distressing and debilitating symptoms.
Follow our guide to this difficult condition and find out more about how to make a successful injury claim using an injury lawyer in Parton.
Vibration white finger
Vibrating equipment is known to trigger this condition. Many of these type of hand held vibrating tools include:
- pneumatic drills
- chain saws, grinders and hammers
- impact wrenches
Obviously the symptoms do not begin overnight, but progress slowly over a long period of time after sustained and repetitive use of hand held vibrating tools. It is also caused by using machinery that vibrates however it is unclear how this vibration causes the condition to develop.Open Claim Calculator
It is thought that it may be due to the slight but repeated injury to the small nerves and blood vessels in the fingers. These nerves and blood vessels may lose their function over a period of time and cause the symptoms to develop.
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We have been making successful claims for over 16 years. We work in partnership with some of the most reputable solicitors in Scotland, who will work on a 100% no-win, no-fee* basis.
Finding out if you are able to claim is easy too. Just talk to an advisor, and they can tell you.
- You are able to make a claim if your accident was someone else’s fault.
- You must visit a doctor so they can treat your injuries and provide medical evidence.
- You must start your claim within the 3-year deadline.
How to get help from an injury lawyer in Parton
To find out more about how to make a claim, just talk to one of our advisors. You can call us free from a landline on 0800 689 0500 or you can call us from a mobile phone on 0333 500 0993.
Our advisors will explain how an injury lawyer in Parton can help you and what’s involved when you make a claim. Call today to get the best advice from Accident Advice Helpline.