RSI Claims for Compensation in Bolton
Do you suspect that your workplace environment has given you a repetitive strain injury? If you are experiencing RSI symptoms and live or work in Bolton, then our solicitors ** might be able to help you claim for compensation. Our personal injury solicitors ** are specialists in supporting workers who have suffered due to their work and are dedicated to seeking financial and legal justice for our clients. We work on many forms of work injury claims in Bolton, and offer free phone consultations to all callers.
RSI Claims Bolton — No Win No Fee
We work on a no win no fee * agreement for all repetitive strain injury compensation cases in Bolton, and will handle your claim from start to finish so you get the financial support that you are due. RSI is known as medically known as repetitive strain injury or work-related upper limb disorder (WRULD). The symptoms can relate to a large range of medical conditions that include:
- Frozen shoulder
- Tennis elbow
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
Who Our Solicitors Can Help
There are two main types of people who tend to suffer with RSI, and who are able to apply for RSI compensation. That is, if it can be proved that the pain was a result of their working conditions or a third party who may have acted negligently. Those two categories of worker and employee are:
- Blue collar (factory related) – Factory and construction workers who work in manufacturing and production environments. Particularly where they have to perform repetitive tasks in a difficult posture or with force can sometimes develop aches and pains in their arms, wrists, shoulders fingers and/or thumbs.
- White collar (office related) – Office and company workers who carry out data inputting, typing, computing, programming and secretarial duties and other similar tasks can sustain aches and pains to the upper limbs.
The Symptoms of Repetitive Strain Injury
If you are unsure on whether you are experiencing the symptoms of repetitive strain injury and live or work in Bolton, please see our quick checklist below for confirmation. Our solicitors ** will require that you are medically assessed before making a compensation claim for RSI. The symptoms are as follows – you can also check the NHS website for a definition.
- Tingling or Numb Fingers
RSI Compensation Amounts
If you do wish to make a claim with our lawyers **, and you live or work in Bolton, then you should call us now. We’ll ask you to answer a few simple questions, and we will give you a very quick confirmation on whether we think you are eligible.
RSI claims will affect all claimants very differently. The amount of personal injury compensation that you can claim for does not relate to the type of injury, but instead relates to the impact it has had on the sufferer. Below are some generic guidelines, but we will not know exact amounts until we have spoken to you and taken on your case with one of our lawyers **.
- You recover completely within a few months: Up to £2300
- Your pain lasts up to two years: Up to £6200
- Continuing permanent intermittent pain: Up to £10,500
- Surgery necessary with an effect on your ability to work: £10,500 to £15,000
How an RSI Claim is Calculated
These are only conservative estimates, as the compensation packed will be made up of the following elements, which will cause it to vary significantly. This is why we prefer to quote directly to you, rather than use an RSI compensation calculator — which wouldn’t provide reliable answers.
- Pain and suffering
- Medical costs
- Loss of income
- Future medical treatment and care
Worried About Taking Legal Action Against Your Employer for Your RSI Claim?
If you have concerns about making an RSI claim against a current employer, we can put your mind at ease. Businesses in Bolton are insured against this type of legal action, so any compensation amounts will not be paid for by the business, but instead by third party insurance companies. UK employment law also forbids businesses from discriminating against any employer who has had to make a personal injury claim so you are also protected that way.
For more information, call us so we can tell you confidentially how this can work for you. Call 01204 802 050^ for a free and private phone consultation.