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    Various types of no win no fee claims in Telford and Wrekin for Work Related Upper Limb Disorder

    There are many different types of accidents that can occur in the workplace. A lot of these incidents fall under the term ‘Work Related Upper Limb Disorder’. You will also commonly see this abbreviated to WRULD or ULD. This term covers varies different injuries that all fall under the same type of category. In this post we will provide further information about the different injuries, as well as details on making these types of no win no fee claims in Telford and Wrekin. So, keep on reading to find out more… 

    What is Work Related Upper Limb Disorder?

    This phrase relates to any type of injury that has occurred because of an individual repeating the same physical movement. As a result, they will have experienced damage to their soft tissues, muscles, tendons and nerves. Symptoms vary, yet they include the likes of pain, loss of grip, weakness, numbness and swelling.

    What are some examples of Work Related Upper Limb Disorders?

    The list truly is extensive. Nonetheless, examples range from Tenosynovitis and Golfers Elbow, to Ganglion and Epicondylitis, to Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Bursitis.

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    Can I make a claim for WRULD?

    There are a lot of no win no fee claims in Telford and Wrekin made for this type of injury. In order to make a compensation claim, you have to be able to prove that your employer has acted negligently or erroneously. Their actions have to be the reason you have suffered the injury. Therefore, you could feel that they have not provided enough training to ensure such injuries do not occur. Or, perhaps they have not taken the necessary steps to avoid such an injury occurring?

    How to make a claim for WRULD

    If you would like to make this type of claim, simply get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline. We have been successfully helping personal injury victims since we were set up in 2000. You can be confident that we are the best law firm for the job!

    How to get in touch with us for further details on no win no fee claims in Telford and Wrekin

    Call, text or complete the handy 30 second calculator on our website. The details you need are:

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    Or why not text ‘Claim365’ to 88010?

    Date Published: 15th November 2014

    Author: David Brown

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