Repetitive Strain Injury Claims

The Specialists For Repetitive Strain Injury Claims

Tinsdills are experts in Repetitive Strain Injury Claims, having helped many people just like you to claim compensation for repetitive strain injuries that should not have occurred, or could have been avoided. Some of the most common types of industrial diseases we help people claim for include:

What Is Repetitive Strain Injury And Can I Claim?

Repetitive strain injuries are suffered when trauma occurs due to a repeated action or movement such as, typing or using a vibrating tool. However, repetitive strain injuries can have a wide range of causes, and if it is likely that your employer is responsible, you may be entitled to compensation.

It may be that the environment in which you work is uncomfortable, your desk does not have adequate support or that a task you are required to do as part of your job is particularly frequent or repetitive. It is always your employer’s responsibility to ensure your health and safety needs are met, and if you have a repetitive strain injury, they may have failed to do this.

We can help you to get any compensation to which you may be entitled, and with our experience and knowledge, we know what is required to help you get the best possible compensation result.

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    Claiming For Repetitive Strain Injury

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    Making a claim can be complicated, and so it is important to have the very best legal representation in order to ensure that you get the best result possible with any compensation awarded. Tinsdills have the expertise and professional experience needed to get you the best result.

    With our considerable knowledge and expertise, Tinsdills Solicitors are in an excellent position to represent your interests and provide great results from Industrial Disease Claims. Our experienced team of claim specialists can give you first class legal advice to ensure that your expectations are met and exceeded.

    When you first get in touch, a member of our friendly team will discuss the details of your situation with you, and give you advice on how likely you are to be able to make an industrial disease claim.

    Tinsdills are able to help you get the maximum compensation possible through a Repetitive Strain Injury Claim, always protecting your interests and fighting your corner.

    We will tell you your options, and ensure that you are able to make an informed decision. When you decide to instruct us to deal with your industrial disease claim, we will fight for the best compensation result possible for you.

    “I don’t think you can improve the quality of service and overall time and quickness that my case was dealt with, it was exceptional. If I am ever in need of a solicitor in the future I will be using Tinsdills without question and I would tell anyone I know to use your firm.”

    What Our Clients Say

    We are proud to represent our clients, and they often have some kind things to say in return. Here’s a few thoughts from some of our happy clients.

    “Very pleased with the service from Tinsdills. Always a quick response to any queries I’ve had and a fantastic result. I will recommend Tinsdills to my family and friends if they sustain injuries from an accident.”

    Meet Our Specialist Personal Injury Team

    Contact Us To Discuss Your Repetitive Strain Injury Compensation Claim

    Call us on 01782 652363 for an initial consultation.

    Our professional and friendly team is here to help you, and will always provide not only first class legal advice, but first class customer service too.

    Based in our offices in Newcastle-under-Lyme, Leek, Sandbach and Hanley, we are ready to help you today.

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    Hanley: 01782 262031

    Newcastle: 01782 612311

    Sandbach: 01270 761111

    Leek: 01538 399332

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