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    Repetitive strain injury personal injury


    There are a number of vocations that might lead to workers suffering some form of repetitive strain injury personal injury. You may think that these might be limited to professions that involve the use of heavy machinery or those that require repeated heavy lifting. This assumption would be wrong however.

    As the name of the condition implies, you may be at risk of developing a repetitive strain injury personal injury if you do a job, or some form of hobby or extracurricular activity for that matter, that necessitates the completion of monotonous tasks over and over again.

    Work-wise, jobs such as working on an assembly line, picking and packing or even typing for long hours in front of a computer could cause the condition. If you are at any risk of developing such an injury in your job, your employer will have a responsibility to take all reasonable steps possible to prevent this from happening. This might involve providing you with training on how to carry out your duties without putting yourself at risk, providing safety equipment or making alterations to your working environment.

    If you were to suffer this type of injury while carrying out your duties and your employer had not fulfilled this responsibility, there will be a chance that you might well be able to sue it for personal injury compensation with the aid of a decent no-win, no-fee* personal injury solicitor.

    Repetitive strain injury personal injury claims

    If you think about it, it stands to reason that you’d be likely to develop some form of repetitive strain injury personal injury if you have to carry out the same activity repeatedly as part of your work duties. Say you worked on a food production line. Maybe your duties involved sorting out items that could be used and items that were not of a high enough quality to be sold.

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    This would typically involve manually sorting items by sight and physically removing any that failed to meet quality controls. Doing so would likely require you to make a number of similar rapid movements that, over time, could result in you developing some form of repetitive strain injury. If your employer could have put practices in to place that would have prevented this from happening, such as some form of increased mechanical automation, you may well have a case on your hands.

    Call the experts at Accident Advice Helpline

    If you have suffered a repetitive strain injury personal injury as a result of your employer failing to take steps to protect you, call Accident Advice Helpline today to find out if they might be able to offer you personal injury representation.

    So for expert legal advice about a possible claim call Accident Advice Helpline today on: 0800 689 0500 from a landline or: 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.

    Date Published: 22nd March 2014

    Author: David Brown

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