Frequently Asked Questions
We understand that it can be daunting to speak to one of our repetitive strain injury solicitors, which is why we have put together answers to commonly asked questions. Feel free to read through these questions and if we are unable to answer your question, please ask your question here.
How much does it cost to make a repetitive strain claim?
In the new guidelines we’ll carry on and fight for the rights of those injured or hurt through no fault of their own without any risk to yourself. The new rules can be confusing and hard to grasp but rest assured that once you contact us you will not have to pay anything whatsoever in advance, and even if your claim is unsuccessful by no fault of your own, you’ll never be asked to pay out anything to us.
Does my repetitive strain injury need to be assessed?
How long does it take to make a repetitive strain injury claim?
This is often a really difficult question to answer as it greatly relies on the kind of case and the circumstances. A lot of our cases end in just a few weeks while others could take a lot longer. When you contact us someone from our claims team will be able to give you a moderately accurate time scale once we have some further information from you.
Will I have to deal with a lot of forms?
Can I claim for a repetitive strain injury even if the company has shutdown?
What are the time limits for bringing a claim?
Will I need to go to Court?
Claiming For Repetitive Strain Injuries
Suffering with Repetitive Strain Injury?
RSI can be debilitating and can prevent you from doing your job, performing everyday domestic tasks and enjoying your leisure activities and hobbies. Speak to one of our specialist RSI claims solicitors today and get the compensation you deserve for your injury.
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