Making a compensation claim for carpal tunnel syndrome
Getting an injury at work is sometimes more serious than a regular slip or trip and can have long lasting consequences. Some of the most serious injuries develop over time and one of the most common ones that office workers suffer from is the carpal tunnel syndrome.
In most cases, carpal tunnel syndrome affects people who work at a computer or perform repetitive tasks such as writing and typing. However, there are various other types of jobs that also come with the risk of such injuries including using vibrating machinery and doing heavy lifting. In many cases when a person suffers from carpal tunnel syndrome, the blame for this lies with the employer. If you want to find out if you can claim compensation you should reach Accident Advice Helpline as we can allocate you a personal injury lawyer for Talgarth claims.
Why look for a personal injury lawyer for Talgarth claims?
Talgarth is a market town located in Mid Wales and has a population of only about 1,600 people. When you need to start a compensation claim, there is no better help you can get than the help that a personal injury lawyer for Talgarth claims at Accident Advice Helpline can offer. All our lawyers are highly skilled and work on a no win no fee* basis.
Recognising carpal tunnel syndrome
Carpal tunnel syndrome can be caused by a variety of things and it is important that you can identify this condition in order to get treatment in time. Some of the most common symptoms include pain in the wrist, tingling or numbness in the arm, loss of grip strength, pain around the hand and more.
As a repetitive strain injury, carpal tunnel syndrome could be a very unpleasant condition that lasts for a long time. A lot of people don’t get checked out by a doctor until their condition has become intolerable. It’s important to get medical attention as soon as you feel any of these symptoms and call Accident Advice Helpline if it turns out that you actually suffer from this condition.
How it works
Claiming compensation is actually not that difficult. All you’ll need to do is contact the leading personal injury law firm and we will take care of the rest for you. In most cases people don’t have to visit court and the claims can be made over the phone.
If you want further advice you can call Accident Advice Helpline. Our representatives can be contacted at any time on 0333 500 0993 from a mobile or by calling 0800 689 0500 free from a land line number.
Date Published: 2nd October 2015
Author: David Brown