Repetitive Strain Injury Compensation Claims in London
If you have developed Repetitive Strain Injury because of your employer, claim compensation with our solicitors** by calling us on 02038115808^ today.
The medical term Repetitive Strain Injury, or RSI, relates to upper limb disorder, and can cover a wide variety of conditions. These can include aspects such as:
- Frozen shoulder
- Tennis elbow
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Vibration white finger
These are all due to repetitive movements made at work and will affect both blue collar and office workers who have had to maintain difficult posture or repeated tasks. Our solicitors have many years of experience in helping people around the UK in claiming for RSI compensation claims and always represent clients with the aim of maximum compensation payouts.
Who Can Claim RSI Compensation in London
If you are working in an environment where you have been required to make repetitive movements, and you have been injured at work as a result, then there’s every chance you could use our services. The types of workers and businesses that we can help with include, but are not limited to:
- Construction and building site workers
- Office workers
- Manual labour workers
- Factory and warehouse workers
- Engineering staff
Repetitive Strain Injury Compensation Amounts
Compensation amounts for RSI will vary from case to case, but some guidelines below give some examples based on historical claims made in the UK over the last couple of years.
- 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 – £15,000
Claiming Against a Current Employer for RSI
If you are still currently employed by a business where you have suffered a repetitive strain injury, then please don’t be concerned about claiming. If you call our helpline today, we can give you some re-assurances.
All businesses in the London area are required by law to be insured against work injury claims. That means any repetitive strain injury compensation will be paid for out of an insurance policy, and not by your employer. Plus, it’s also illegal for an employer to discriminate against an employee who has taken a personal injury action. So with that in mind, and if you feel you might be suffering from RSI due to your working environment, please do call us today.