How Much Can I Claim?
“How much can I claim for a repetitive strain injury” is one the most common questions our industrial disease solicitors are often asked. The amount of compensation you will get for any injuries you’ve suffered is important, but is reliant on the facts of a case. Even so we will check with previous cases in order to determine roughly the amount you could be given in compensation.
The simplest way to find out how much you could be able to receive in compensation is to speak to us today, free on 0800 028 2060 or request a free call back from an advisor who will be able to go through your symptoms and see if you have a claim in the first place.
Will my claim cost me anything?
On the 1st April 2013 the way personal injury claims are funded and paid for changed because of the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act. The act radically changed the amount of legal fees that lawyers can recover from the losing party and significantly altered the ‘no win no fee’ structure that lawyers have used for several years to ensure that victims of carelessness get their rightful compensation.
Under the new rules we’ll continue to fight for the rights of those hurt or injured through no fault of their own without any risk to yourself. The latest rules can be confusing and difficult to grasp, but be assured that when you speak to us you will not have to pay any money whatsoever up front and even if your claim is unsuccessful through no fault of your own you will never be asked to pay out anything to anyone.
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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