Work Injury Claim in Hartlebury


It sometimes happens in the workplace, that a person picks up an injury through the repetitive use of a piece of equipment. A new injury of this type that has come to light is Texter’s Thumb, an injury that occurs through constant texting on your mobile phone. Of course, this is not really workplace related, but other types of repetitive strain injury are.

In a case where you have picked up an injury through the repetitive use of a piece of equipment, you may be able to make an work injury claim in Hartlebury. This is the type of injury that really can happen to anyone, and if it happens to you, you could make a claim with the Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500.

Work Injury claim Hartlebury and its causes

  • Vibration white finger: This problem is caused by repetitive vibration of a piece of equipment such as a drill. Many more people than you may imagine suffer from this problem on a daily basis and it causes serious nerve and muscle damage. This is really a type of industrial injury and those who experience it should make an injury claim in Hartlebury.
  • Tennis elbow/wrist: Dealing with this injury can be very difficult and sadly, people all over the world suffer from it. This injury occurs through repetitive strain caused by using a computer mouse or keyboard for long periods of time. Too often, employers do not tell their employees that they do not need to work non-stop for hours and that they should take breaks, which is why this injury occurs.
  • Back and neck strain: Have you ever worked on a computer for a long period of time and felt pain in your back and neck? This is exactly the kind of problem many people experience because they work in offices and on computers all day long. It is certainly an injury you can make an injury claim in Hartlebury for.
  • Standing-related problems: This is not really something that people think about much, but anyone who has a job where they stand for long periods of time will experience some pain over a long period. A teacher, for example, who stands in front of his or her class all day will suffer from pain and swelling in the legs and ankles.

If you recognise some of the symptoms listed above, you should consider making an injury claim in Hartlebury. In cases such as these, the injury is not your fault and if you leave it untreated, you may suffer from even more pain, stiffness or other serious problems later in life. If you need the help of experts, you can always call Accident Advice Helpline and get great advice and guidance, so that you can eventually try and get the compensation you are entitled to.

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