Repetitive strain injury claim
Every year hundreds of thousands of people in the UK suffer from repetitive strain injury (RSI). In many of these cases the injury is caused by repetitive actions carried out at work.
Employers must take steps to protect their employees from repetitive strain injury. This includes workstation assessments and risk analysis.
If your employer has failed to provide you with adequate protection from the risks of repetitive strain injury, you may be entitled to claim compensation for your injuries.
Our expert team have years of experience in helping workers to claim compensation for RSI.
Expert Advice on Repetitive Strain Injury Claims
Repetitive strain injury is closely linked to a number of occupations, especially those that involve a lot of work with computers or frequent repetition of a specific movement.
Common symptoms include:
- Aches and pains in the arms
- Burning sensations
- Weak grip
- Arms seizing up
While diagnosis of RSI can often be imprecise, the condition can be extremely painful. Sufferers of RSI can be off work for weeks, months or even years.
If you have suffered from repetitive strain injury that was caused or made worse by your work, you could be entitled to claim compensation.
Repetitive Strain Injury Claims
The Accident at Work Site is managed by Irwin Mitchell, one of the UK's leading law firms. We have successfully recovered compensation for a number of repetitive strain injury sufferers.
Our RSI experts will guide you through the claims process and explain what's happening in jargon-free language.
Find out if you could make an RSI claim by completing our claims form or calling 0800 313 4748 for a free no-obligation consultation.
* Subject to entering into a ‘No Win No Fee’ agreement in conjunction with our Allianz Litigate insurance policy and complying with your responsibilities under its terms.
All Scottish cases will be handled by the Scottish law firm with which we are associated, Irwin Mitchell Scotland LLP. The law relating to funding is different in Scotland and you will receive separate advice about what that means as well as a separate funding agreement.
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