Vibration White Finger Claims
Carrs Solicitors is a dedicated work related accident and illness claims law firm. One of our areas of specialty is vibration injury to include Vibration White Finger claims. We also act in Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS), Whole Body Vibration (WBV) - where the body is shaken by a machine or vehicle and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) claims.
Vibration White finger, Whole Body Vibration, Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome, and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome are conditions affecting the fingers, thumb, hands wrists and arms and symptoms such as loss of feeling, numbness, pins and needles or reduction in manual dexterity.
These conditions can be caused by repeated or prolonged exposure to excessive vibration, often through the use of machinery in the course of employment such as staple guns, pneumatic drills, jigger picks, Kango hammers, grinding tools, needle guns, descaling guns, windy guns and nut runners.
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Making a successful claim for Vibration White Finger and Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome or Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Carrs Solicitors bring years of experience to obtain compensation for pain and suffering, the loss of enjoyment of life and for past and future losses to include future loss of earnings, unemployment or difficulty finding a job as a result of a vibration injury.
Carrs Solicitors act on a no win, no fee basis, meaning that we do not charge you if the claim fails. If the claim succeeds we seek a contribution from our client's damages with the majority of the award going to our client. Remember this is only if you win so you will never be out of pocket.
If you think that you may have a work related illness claim involving Occupational Vibration White finger, Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome or Carpal Tunnel Syndrome call Carrs Solicitors today on 0800 587 0746 to talk to a specialist solicitor and to take the first step to making a successful No Win No Fee claim.
Home visits can be arranged within 24 hours notice. E-mail us and we will promptly return with our assessment of your case.