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    Five common injuries that result in ‘no win, no fee*’ claims in Harlow

    Injuries happen on a daily basis. From car crashes to accidents in the workplace, they can occur in many different ways and in a whole host of places. Yet, one thing all injuries have in common is that you can make a claim if they were not your fault. We will take a look at five of the most common injuries that result in ‘no win, no fee*’ claims in Harlow to give you an insight into the sheer diversity of personal injury claims made today…

    1. Repetitive strain injury

    First we have repetitive strain injury, which is commonly abbreviated to RSI. This is typically a workplace injury. It occurs because of overuse or misuse of something. Consequently, people who sit at their desk working on the computer for extended periods of time often suffer from RSI. To be able to claim you need to have the belief that your employer has not done enough to prevent repetitive strain injury from occurring.

    1. Travel accidents

    Have you experienced an injury whilst travelling abroad? No matter how you have travelled – whether it was by boat, aeroplane, train, coach or any other method of transport – you will likely be entitled to compensation.

    1. Product liability

    These cases involve individuals that have been injured as the result of a faulty product. All products that have been released on the marketplace have to be tested rigorously to ensure that they are safe for public use. However, some items unfortunately fall through the wire. If you have been inured as a result you will be entitled to compensation.

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    1. Slips, trips or falls

    These are one of the most popular types of injuries that result in ‘no win, no fee*’ claims in Harlow. They can happen in a number of different ways. However, if the injury was not your fault then you will be entitled to compensation.

    1. Untraced driver claims

    Suffering a road traffic accident can be frightening enough, but it is even more worrying when the driver in question flees the scene. Yet, this will not impact your ability to claim!

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    Date Published: 21st September 2014

    Author: David Brown

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