Repetitive Strain Injury Claims
RSI is an umbrella term used to describe a fairly large group of musculo-skeletal disorders, which can include tenosynovitis, tendonitis, tennis elbow, trigger finger etc. Symptoms may include
Discomfort when carrying out a particular task, which disappears when you stop
Loss of strength and coordination in the hands
Short bursts of excruciating pain in the arm or back, shoulders or wrists, hands or thumbs
The common thing about these conditions is that they may have been caused by repetitive movements or overuse, usually occurring in the workplace of possibly a factory fast packing or the use of a keyboard.
As long as you can prove conclusively that the injury has occurred in this way, you will be entitled to compensation. We at Accident Industry Solicitors can provide free advice and will carry out the work necessary to get the compensation you deserve.