Developing can affect your ability to work, perform daily tasks, and enjoy hobbies. Beyond the physical symptoms, the condition can also lead to emotional distress and concerns about your future wellbeing, opportunities and financial burdens. If you’ve developed because of the negligence or direct actions of someone else, you may be able to claim compensation to cover your suffering and financial losses.
Switalskis recognises the challenges you're facing. Specialising in claims, we're here to guide you through the process of seeking compensation. Our dedicated team of solicitors, experienced in such claims, is committed to providing you with compassionate, clear and concise advice, making sure you're kept in the loop at every stage.
Whether your condition arose from repetitive work tasks, an injury or any other contributing factors, we can help. We're dedicated to making the legal process more accessible for our clients, making sure every aspect is clear and understandable. With Switalskis by your side, you're not just gaining legal representation; you're working with a team that appreciates the importance of achieving the best possible outcome for you.
We understand the effects can have on your life and can help you to claim compensation. When you call us, we’ll have an initial conversation to help us understand your situation and whether you can make a claim. We’ll help you to understand what the claims process involves, and what you’ll need to do if you wish to go ahead with it.
We'll guide you through the entire process, explain every step in easy-to-understand language and handle the bulk of the legal responsibility so you can focus on your recovery.
Our solicitors are committed to understanding how your injury has impacted your life. With our comprehensive and empathetic approach, we'll help you understand your rights to guide you towards your recovery.
(CTS) is a medical condition that affects the forearm, hand and fingers, often the result of a combination of factors that increase pressure on the and tendons in the carpal tunnel, very often with the following symptoms:
Repetitive hand movements and wrist injuries can cause carpal tunnel syndrome. Many repetitive strain injuries that affect workers can cause carpal tunnel syndrome, which can be a debilitating condition, especially if you rely on your hands and wrists when working. The symptoms range from mild discomfort to severe pain and numbness, and can impact your work and other activities, making many aspects of your life more difficult than they otherwise would have been.
Beyond the physical symptoms, the emotional strain of living with is significant. The constant pain and discomfort can lead to feelings of frustration, anxiety or even depression, affecting both personal and professional aspects of life.
If you suspect you have carpal tunnel syndrome, it's essential to seek medical advice, as early diagnosis and treatment can help alleviate symptoms and prevent long-term complications.
is often experienced by employees due to the negligence on the part of their employers. If you work in an office environment or a manual labour role and are struggling with carpal tunnel syndrome, there is a high chance it may be due to your employer’s failure to meet your requirements.
Here are some examples of how negligence can contribute to the development of carpal tunnel syndrome:
With the help of our professional solicitors, you don’t have to worry about the complexities of making a compensation claim.
The process of making a claim typically follows this structure:
All throughout the process, we’ll keep you informed on the progress of your claim and advise you when your input is needed - but otherwise, you will be able to rest and recover.
Typically, like other personal injury claims you usually need to make a claim within three years of becoming aware of the condition and that the injury might be the result of workplace injury.
Get in touch with us as soon as you can and we’ll maximise the chances of making a successful carpal tunnel injury claim.
Personal injury compensation is divided into two categories:
The value of your compensation amount will depend on the severity of your condition and the losses that it’s caused you. Reach out to our solicitors today and we’ll discuss your circumstances.
We approach most of our personal injury claims on a no win, no free basis. This means that when you make a claim with us, we’ll only expect you to pay our legal fees if we’re successful in securing you compensation. If you win your claim, your solicitor will typically make a deduction from the compensation awarded. This will be discussed with you at the outset of any claim.
Your own health and safety should always be your top priority. However, if you’ve had an injury, there are a number of steps you can take to improve your chances of getting the support you need, including carpal tunnel injury compensation:
Seeking legal support goes further than claiming financial compensation - it’s about putting the support structures in place to make sure you have the best chances of making a good recovery.
Personal injury claims come in various shapes and sizes, each with its own set of rules, challenges and considerations. At Switalskis, we've got the expertise to handle a wide range of personal injury claims. Here's a quick rundown of the various types of personal injury claims we can help you with: