Repetitive Strain Injury

If you are suffering with a repetitive strain injury, we can help you find out if you are entitled to make a claim for personal injury compensation.

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    What is a Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI)

    RSI (repetitive strain injury) occurs when a particular set of tendons, muscles and nerves become damaged by repetitive movement. It is common for RSI injuries to be suffered within the workplace.

    Also known as Work Related Upper Limb Disorder (WRULD), RSI is often associated with a person’s everyday work activities. It can occur in various forms, including Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Tendonitis, Vibration White Finger (VWH) and Bursitis.

    RSI can be caused by working for prolonged periods of time without a break, carrying heavy loads on a repeated basis, working in cold temperatures, forceful activities or a badly organised work area that is not ergonomically sound.

    Sufferers of RSI have symptoms such as pain, swelling, tingling, cramps or numbness in the neck, arms, hands or shoulders.

    You can talk to our understanding UK experts for free about what happened on 0800 0511 511. It’s likely that we will be able to tell you in the same call whether you have a claim.

    Here’s how it works

    1. Get in touch

    Tell us about what happened and one of our friendly UK advisers will let you know how we can help - it’s that easy to get started.

    2. We advise

    We will put you in touch with specialist injury lawyers who are experienced in accident claims like yours - with no obligation.

    3. You relax

    Your claim will be handled by claim specialists who will keep you up to speed every step of the way. No surprises.

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    You’ve seen the television adverts. There are several personal injury companies out there. That’s because – unfortunately – a lot of accidents happen that could have been prevented. But with us, you are never just a statistic. No two accidents are quite the same and each person who calls us is treated as an individual – with compassion and respect. Just the way it should be.

    We also understand that seeking compensation can sometimes feel daunting. But if the treatment you have received feels wrong, you deserve clear advice to help put it right. So let us make you a promise: calling us doesn’t mean you have to start a claim. Maybe you have questions about your legal rights. Or perhaps you want to know more about the process of seeking compensation. We are here to give you free advice that will make things clearer. And we will never pressure you to make a claim that you feel unsure of.

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    Common question & answers

    Your employer has a responsibility to ensure that steps are taken to minimise your risk of suffering from RSI. For example, if you operate a keyboard, these preventative steps include ensuring a correct working position by checking both your seating and PC monitor are at the correct height for comfortable operation. Wrist rests should be made available if required. To avoid prolonged keyboard use, employees should be encouraged to take regular keyboard breaks and your employer should make you aware of the potential risks of suffering from RSI.

    If you are suffering from RSI, contact us. You may be entitled to claim compensation for your injuries and loss of income if you are unable to work.

    Accident Compensation Helpline can put you in touch with a personal injury solicitor who specialises in RSI compensation claims.

    We have an excellent success rate in helping people claim the compensation they rightfully deserve. Our specialist injury lawyers are here to ensure that you receive maximum compensation in the shortest time possible.

    We totally understand that making a claim for compensation is likely to be a step into the unknown for you. That’s why we have made the process as simple, sympathetic and stress-free as we can. When you call, our advice team will take a few details about what happened to you and talk through your available options. If we think you have a case, we will offer to put you in touch with a solicitor from our panel of experts who is experienced with car accident claims like yours. They will complete a detailed assessment of your case – free of charge – and let you know how they can help you.

    If your case is accepted and you want to go ahead, your solicitor will take care of the legal process from start to finish – keeping you informed throughout every stage. You will never lose control. The duration of the process depends how complicated your case is and how much evidence we can gather with you. Clear-cut cases can be resolved in as little as a few months – and you may be entitled to immediate financial support while you wait for a final settlement. We are here for you.

    You may be wondering where the money for your compensation comes from. With car
    accident claims, it all depends on who was at fault for the accident that you were involved in. That could be the driver of another vehicle, an employer that had not checked that a business vehicle was safe to drive, or even a local council if the road you were driving on was unsafe.

    However it’s important to note that it’s extremely unlikely that your compensation will come from an individual’s personal finances. That’s a big relief for some of our customers. Instead it’s the insurer of the person at fault that covers the bill. Even if the driver responsible for the accident was uninsured, the Motor Insurers’ Bureau will cover your claim if it’s successful.

    What if you were partially at fault for the accident? You may still be able to claim. That’s because with traffic accidents, it’s common for more than one party to have made a mistake. If you would like to know more about where the money for your compensation comes from, please call our friendly UK advisers on 0800 0511 511. We are here to support you.

    It’s best to start your claim as soon as you can.

    Thanks to our experienced advice team, finding out if you are entitled to compensation after a car accident could be as simple as making one short phone call. We understand that seeking compensation may be something you have been putting off while you recover from your accident and come to terms with what happened. But by law you must begin any claim you wish to make within certain timeframes of your car accident taking place. Following a serious accident, we understand that the claims process can be difficult to face.

    But knowing where you stand legally can help to bring you some closure on your accident.

    And it’s always best to get things moving as soon as you can while you can remember as much as possible about what happened. No matter what, we will always do everything we can to make sure your compensation experience is simple, straightforward and compassionate.

    Accident Compensation Helpline has become one of the UK’s leading accident claims experts thanks to our belief in providing clear advice and treating our customers fairly. Over the years we have helped many thousands of people win compensation for a huge range of injury claims – often providing a second opinion when customers have been turned away elsewhere. By providing clear insight we make it easy for our customers to make their decisions with confidence. If you have suffered an injury through no fault of your own, we have the expertise to help you too.

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