Repetitive Strain Injury Claims
As a member of their workforce, your employer has a duty of care towards to ensure that you do not suffer from conditions such as repetitive strain injuries (RSI).
Are you suffering from an RSI due to your employers’ negligence? If so, then Your Accident at Work Claims could assist you in recovering thousands of pounds in compensation! Quickly discover whether or not you can make a claim today, by clicking here.
How our experienced repetitive strain injury solicitors can help you
According to the Health and safety at work Summary statistics for Great Britain 2017, in the latest year 507,000 workers suffered from work related musculoskeletal disorders.
Furthermore, unnervingly 159,000 of these were reported as new cases.
One work related musculoskeletal condition that our experienced legal team regularly handle claims for are repetitive strain injuries.
RSI is the name given to injuries that have surfaced as a result of repetitive activity, and can be caused within the workplace by the following:
- Working in uncomfortable positions
- Working excessively without regular intervals
- Carrying out continuous repetitive actions
- Having to work in a poorly organised workstation
At Your Accident at Work Claims, we are fully understanding that the effects of RSI can have a detrimental impact on your everyday life.
This is why we believe that everyone who has suffered from RSI as a result of negligence on their employers’ part should receive justice for their ordeal, via a successful accident at work compensation claim.
To learn more about making a compensation process and to quickly discover whether or not you are entitled to compensation, call Your Accident at Work Claims today on 0800 01 54321.
How much can you expect to secure following a successful RSI injury claim?
Repetitive Strain Injuries can be caused in varying employment sectors and can affect numerous parts of the body.
So because every case of RSI differs in some way, the amount of compensation you can expect to secure fully depends on your particular circumstances.
First of all, once your claim is accepted by the legal specialists here at Your Accident at Work Claims, you will be entitled to general damages.
General damages is compensation for any pain, suffering, and loss of amenity that your injury has caused. The settlement that you secure in general damages is dictated by the severity of your condition.
On top of this, if possible we will also secure you additional compensation for special damages.
Special damages recovers any financial losses that you have suffered as a result of your injury such as:
- The costs of any ongoing medical care that you require
- The costs of any physiotherapy or rehabilitation therapy that you require
- The costs if any additional travel expenses
- Loss of earnings
This is just a few examples of what you could be entitled to claim for, for a more accurate indication of what you may be entitled to in compensation with regards to your specific RSI claim, then contact the Your Accident at Work Claims team now.
Our committed legal have an unrivalled success rate, and have been helping their clients secure thousands of pounds in accident at work compensation for over 30 years.
In addition to this, our no win no fee policy ensures that you will never be left out of pocket when making a claim with us, even in the unlikely event that your claim is unsuccessful.*
Launch your risk free claim today!
At Your Accident at Work Claims we appreciate how distressing it can be to contend with living with RSI, which is why we have streamlined our claims process to ensure that you secure the maximum settlement that you are entitled to as quickly as possible.
To speak to one of our dedicated legal advisors and kick-start your repetitive strain injury claim today, simply call our personal injury helpline now on 0800 01 54321.
Alternatively if you can’t contact us over the phone right now, you can also begin your claim by answering a few quick questions regarding your case and starting your claim online.
*Provided that you comply with your responsibilities under the terms of our Conditional Fee Agreement and unless the court make a finding of Fundamental Dishonesty and you lose QOCS protection (based on the current 14thÂ edition of the Judicial College Guidelines).