Romney Marsh is well known for its natural beauty, the diversity of its habitats, rich history, extensive coastline and its sheep. Between a line of gentle hills and the English Channel, this hundred square miles of peaceful countryside is a paradise for walkers, cyclists and explorers of historic towns, quaint villages, ancient churches and wild life.
There is something for everyone on the Marsh for example both locals and visitors can enjoy a whole host of attractions and activities.
No win no fee* in Romney Marsh
For the people who live or work in Romney Marsh or surrounding areas we have the No win no fee* in Romney Marsh team at Accident Advice Helpline. The No win no fee* in Romney Marsh team is a team of in house solicitors who take on accident compensation claims for people seeking cash compensation after they have suffered injuries due to accidents which were not their own fault. The no win no fee* in Romney Marsh team can deal with all sorts of injury claims. Due to being in the business for over a decade they have vast experience and can advise and help you on any injury. For example if you have suffered a elbow injury.
The most common type of elbow pain is known as ‘tennis elbow’. ‘Golfer’s elbow’ is a less common but similar overuse injury. Despite their names, these injuries can occur as a result of a range of physical activities – racquet sports, rowing, canoeing, weightlifting, hockey, wrestling, swimming – as well as repetitive work tasks undertaken in a variety of occupations.
If you bend your arm, you can feel three bumps at your elbow joint. Injury to the tendons that anchor muscles to the two bumps on either side of the elbow are a common cause of elbow pain. These bumps are: Lateral epicondyle (‘tennis elbow’) – the bump on the outer side of the elbow. The muscles on the back of your forearm, responsible for curling your wrist backwards, are anchored to this bony point. Pain in this bump is called lateral epicondylitis. This area is particularly susceptible to tennis elbow because it has a poor blood supply.
Medial epicondyle (‘golfer’s elbow’) – the bump on the inner side of the elbow. The muscles on the front of your forearm, responsible for curling your wrist up, are anchored to this bony point. Pain in this bump is called medial epicondylitis.
Some of the symptoms of elbow pain include:
- Dull ache when at rest
- Pain when making a fist (golfer’s elbow)
- Pain when opening the fingers (tennis elbow)
- Soreness around the affected elbow bump
- Weak grip
- Difficulties and pain when trying to grasp objects, especially with the arm stretched out
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.