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    No win no fee* Colyton explains finger injuries

    What is vibration white finger injury?

    Vibration white finger is also known as hand-arm vibration syndrome and dead finger. It is caused by the constant use of vibrating tools or equipment and creates whiteness in the fingers with tingling and numbness.  The only treatment is to stop using the tools or equipment that are causing the problem. Your employer should follow the guidelines to reduce the time spent using vibrating tools and if they fail to carry out this duty, you may be able to make a personal injury claim.

    What is Mallet finger?

    Mallet finger injury is a tear of the tendon that straightens the end joint of the finger, often caused by catching a finger head on while playing sport or working. The tendon may tear where it joins on to the end of the bone of the finger, or it may pull off a small fragment of bone. If someone else caused this to happen, you may want to make a personal injury claim on a no win no fee* Colyton basis.

    What is carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

    There is a small passageway that runs from the forearm to the middle of the palm, called the carpal tunnel.  It is made of bone and connecting tissue and has tendons and one nerve running through it. If one of the tendons gets inflamed or damaged, the nerve gets trapped and creates carpal tunnel syndrome, affecting the thumb, index finger, middle finger and half the ring finger. It is often sustained as a work related injury which your employer should not let happen and if they do, a compensation claim against them using no win no fee* Colyton lawyers would be permissible.

    What happens if I get a finger injury to my finger tips?

    Our fingertips are very vulnerable to injury, most of them occurring either by being shut in a door or with a knife.  The injury can be very minor which will heal on its own, or it can be serious and require surgery.  The injury can vary greatly from a small cut to part or the entire finger being lost. A lot of the severe types of finger injury happen in road traffic accidents or the workplace and if it happens to you through the fault of someone else, the should pay you compensation for the suffering they have caused.

    Using no win no fee* Colyton lawyers to make a finger injury compensation claim

    We have mentioned just four of the many different types of finger injury and all of these could happen while you are at work or anywhere else. If you have sustained a finger injury some time in the last three years, you may be able to make a personal injury claim for compensation.

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    The advisors and solicitors at Accident Advice Helpline are all experienced in dealing with all types personal injury claims, and you will find them friendly and efficient.  Call our helpline freephone number, 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993 and speak to one of them, they are there all day every day to give you the help and support you need.

    Date Published: 16th February 2014

    Author: David Brown

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