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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 lawyer in Ugborough


    The small village of Ugborough has a long history of almost a thousand years. There is a lot that happens in this village, and although you would not think so, even the citizens here have been known to call an injury lawyer in Ugborough and file a claim when they are injured, especially in the case of vibration white finger while working on a construction site.

    Who can help?

    Accident Advice Helpline, who acquire experts such as an injury lawyer in Ugborough, are who you should be getting into contact with if you are suffering from vibration white finger, since we have vast knowledge of what to do in these situations and how to file a claim on your behalf.

    It’s important to remember that you are not the first person suffering from this terrible problem and you likely will not be the last, which means that your employers owe it to people like you to help in every way possible.

    Of course, you have to take the first step by calling Accident Advice Helpline on our free number, which is 0800 180 4123. Or, you can also go to our website and take our 30-second test to find out if you are eligible, and how much compensation you may receive.

    Injuries your injury lawyer in Ugborough may want to know about

    If you are wondering what vibration white finger is, it is likely that you will never get it or have to worry about it. This is a problem that those in construction know all too well, especially those who have wielded a jackhammer.

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    • Dead fingers – This problem occurs when using a tool such as a jackhammer long-term. Doing so can deaden the nerves in your fingers and hands, which means you will not be able to use them in the long term. If this is the case, how will you earn a living? This is when you call an injury lawyer in Ugborough at Accident Advice Helpline.
    • Sore muscles – Pain in the muscles comes standard with a problem such as vibration white finger and cannot be treated with medication or physical therapy. It is a pain that comes through years of use, and because it takes such time to build up there is sometimes nothing you can do about it.
    • Raw fingertips – Though this may not seem like a problem, imagine an injury that robbed you of part of your fingerprints. What would this do to you in the case where you needed to get a driver’s license or be identified in case of emergency? This is the point where you would call an injury lawyer in Ugborough who could help you in a legal way in terms of seeking some form of compensation for what has happened to you.

    Date Published: 22nd October 2013

    Author: David Brown

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