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Repetitive strain injury

You may be entitled to personal injury compensation

If you have suffered a repetitive strain injury which you believe is work related, you may be entitled to claim personal injury compensation from you employers.

Repetitive strain injury (RSI) is an umbrella term for many separate ailments affecting the hand, wrist, arm, neck, upper back, and shoulder. Medical professionals also use the phrases 'occupational overuse injuries' or 'cumulative trauma disorders' for this condition, which can result from intensive hand use.

How can The Claim Solicitors help?
The Claim Solicitors are a leading firm of personal injury solicitors in the UK and have won compensation claims for thousands of people who have suffered in an accident that was not their fault. Our approach is to provide a friendly and efficient service to make the process of claiming compensation as straightforward as possible.

We can act under a no win, no fee agreement which means that you can pursue your claim knowing that if you lose you will not have to pay us, or your opponent's solicitor's costs.

This means there is nothing to lose and everything to gain when it comes to making a compensation claim, as you are able to do so free from the worry of financial risk.

  Repetitive strain injury, compensation claim

If you have sustained a repetitive strain injury which you believe is work related and would like to make a claim for personal injury compensation or if you would like to discuss in confidence any matter related to a personal injury claim, please call our claim team on 0800 197 32 32 or complete the claim assessment opposite.

What are the symptoms of a repetitive strain injury?

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Call us for expert legal advice following a repetitive strain injury.
If you are suffering from a repetitive strain injury, you may be entitled to claim compensation from your employer. Call us now for expert, impartial advice on 0800 197 32 32. Our advice line is open 24 hours a day.