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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

    Repetitive strain injury in the workplace

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    Repetitive strain injury in the workplace

    The injuries that could occur whilst working in an office vary, and there is a number of different ways in which you could find yourself the victim of an accident that was caused due to no fault of your own.

    Working in the office

    For example, whilst you’re using some of the equipment that is present in your office, you might find that you’ve become the victim of an accident due to the use of faulty goods. Faulty goods can affect you in a number of ways, and the danger of the injury depends on what the defect was.

    In addition to this though, you might also find that you’ve become the victim of an injury that occurred due to a slip or fall. This might happen if you did not see, or were not aware of a slippery floor. This might mean that a recently cleaned floor might cause you to fall, and potentially trip and hurt yourself, maybe breaking some bones, or sustaining a sprain.

    However, this is not the only kind of injury that could occur in the office, as one of the other injuries you might sustain, is repetitive strain injury. This can happen due to the use of a computer, or through the use of specialist tools, which require repetitive actions. Therefore, as a result of this, you might end up with a repetitive strain injury in the workplace.

    As you might have noticed, many of these accidents have occurred due to the fault of someone else. Often when an injury occurs, it is of this nature, and you might be interested to know that you’re able to make a compensation claim, due to injuries of this sort.

    Making a compensation claim for a repetitive strain injury in the workplace

    To make a compensation claim, you should try and figure out what you can do in order to find a personal injury lawyer who can help you with your repetitive strain injury in the workplace claim. Accident Advice Helpline is a professional law firm that has been around for over 15 years’. We have been working for many years now to help people, and we have even been recognised by the famous and well known consumer rights champion, Dame Esther Rantzen.

    You can call our helpline number 0800 689 0500 from a landline and from your mobile 0333 500 0993, and you can learn more by speaking to their team. However, this is not the only way you can do things, as you can also think about using our website, which will allow for you to gain access to use the 30-second test.

    This test gives you the chance to work out in just 30 seconds, what you might be able to claim. Of course, keep in mind that all estimates provided are always estimates, and nothing can be guaranteed even if you’re claiming for something as simple as a repetitive strain injury in the workplace.

    Category: Repetitive strain injury

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