Have you developed Repetitive Strain Injury and need to use injury lawyers in Whittlebury?
Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) is a common ailment that affects the soft tissue and muscles when a certain body part performs the same repetitive motion over a long period of time.
Many people find themselves carrying out recurring tasks throughout the day, whether it’s with the persistent use of vibrating tools or holding the phone for a number of hours, or simply sitting at the computer. Typing is a leading cause of RSI, and the effects of it can be exacerbated by an improper ergonomic set up. People with RSI may exhibit a number of symptoms including:
- Tingling in the affected area
- Pain and discomfort
- Numbness and loss of feeling
If someone else’s negligence has caused you to suffer like this, they should have to pay.
If you’ve developed RSI and want advice from expert injury lawyers Whittlebury residents should pick up the phone and call us today. Your employer could be liable and have to pay out money in compensation. And when it comes to affording the help of our injury lawyers Whittlebury residents will be pleased to know that we work on a 100% No Win, No Fee* basis. There’s no money payable up front to start your claim, nor is there any obligation to pursue legal action once you’ve received a quote.
Contact our personal injury lawyers in Whittlebury branch
Accident Advice Helpline is a full service law firm dedicated to the area of personal injury, and has been a trusted name in this sector since opening doors in 2000. Recommended by Esther Rantzen, OBE, we help countless people across the country get the money they deserve in a no-fuss settlement. In fact, we award over £30 million a year in damages, and can help you as well. To see how much you could potentially stand to gain from your claim, we have a helpful thirty-second claims calculator available on our website that enables you to see a rough quote in just seconds.
If you think you may have RSI brought on by your work conditions, phone our injury lawyers in Whittlebury team right away, as it must have developed within the past three years in order for you to be eligible to make a claim. You should also be able to prove that your employer is responsible for your RSI; to do this, you may want to provide evidence such as testimonials or witness statements from other employees, proof of your work conditions and any photographs or video that can prove your case. The more you can provide to your solicitor, the higher the chances of a successful payout. To learn more, simply give us a call on freephone 0800 180 4123.
Date Published: 30th November 2013
Author: David Brown