The town Woburn, set in Bedfordshire, has a population of under a thousand people and is great not only to visit, but to live in also. This is because it is quiet and quaint, with not much happening. However, every once in a while when new buildings go up, there will be construction sites placed.
When this happens, workers are needed who know how to do construction and while this kind of job comes with many on site problems, accidents can also happen that cause long term injuries. For these kinds of injuries you would want to speak to an expert injury lawyer in Woburn.
Long-term injuries your expert injury lawyer in Woburn can make a claim for
If you have ever been injured at work, whether at a construction site or not, you may qualify to file for a claim. One quick call to Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 (0333 500 0993 from a mobile) will ensure that you receive expert advice.
They will also get you in touch with an expert injury lawyer in Woburn who fill fight your case to the end to ensure you some kind of compensation. Even Dame Esther Rantzen trusts and recommends us.
Vibration white finger
This is a problem that many construction workers who have had to wield jackhammers and other vibrating machinery get regularly.
- Dead nerves – this problem deadens the nerves in the hands and arms in the long term and this means no more use of your hands. This is probably something you never want to experience but if you do, know that you will always have an expert injury lawyer in Woburn through Accident Advice Helpline on your side to help.
- Pain in the arms – can you imagine what it must be like to experience pain in your arms every day? This kind of terrible aching cannot be helped by painkillers and is caused by the job these men and women have been hired to do. They deserve compensation for having to experience that and Accident Advice Helpline can help them claim and get that compensation.
- Tremors –Operating a jackhammer in the long term can cause terrible tremors throughout the body. Though these are not actually occurring in the body, damage to the ears and eardrums means they experience the feeling of shaking all the time, a problem that needs an injury lawyer to get some form of justice for, because if this condition sometimes never heals, the sensations can last through the rest of the victim’s life.
If you feel that you have been a victim on a construction site and your injuries have happened within the last three years, then why not go to our Accident Advice Helpline website and try our 30 second test. It will tell you straight away whether you should proceed with the claim and also give you an estimation of how much compensation you may receive.
Date Published: 9th November 2013
Author: David Brown