RSI or WRULD Claims
Repetitive Strain Injury is a generic term for a wide range of Work Related Upper Limb Disorders. RSI or WRULD usually affect the soft tissues in the fingers, arms, shoulder and neck. Symptoms can include pain, tingling, and loss of feeling or sensation. The condition can be temporary or permanent.
The condition can be caused or made worse by repetitive work such as display screen work or work with vibrating tools. Employers have a duty to identify repetitive work tasks and to assess the risk of injury. The employer must also reduce and mange the risk of injury.
If you carry out work which is repetitive in nature and have any of the above symptoms your should seek advice from your GP. If you are diagnosed with RSI or WRULD you should inform your employer and seek urgent legal advice as there are time limits for bringing claims for compensation for Repetitive Strain Injuries.
We are a specialist firm of personal injury solicitors with experience and expertise in acting for victims of Repetitive Strain Injury claims. We will provide independent and impartial advice to you.
You will receive free initial advice and, if we take on your case, we will offer you a no win no fee agreement if, you do not hold legal expense insurance or, are not a member of a Trade Union.
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