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Accident Claims Helpline - Repetitive Strain Injury

14th September 2010
Repetitive strain injury (RSI) can occur in a few different forms, the most common injuries are known as tendonitis, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Vibration White Finger (VWF), although VWF can have different side effects due to the unique working conditions...
Author: Accident Claims Helpline
Accident claims

Accident Injury Claims Make Up For Your Losses

08th September 2010
Like they say, accidents happen. There’s nothing you can do about them besides being on guard and hoping that they don’t happen to you. But God forbid, if you suffer an injury through an accident it helps knowing what your future course of action has to b...
Author: dwsarticle
Personal Injury

Do You Need Information On Personal Injury Claims?

24th May 2010
Personal injury claims refers to the legal action filed by a petitioner against another party, whether a private citizen or a corporation, for the purpose of compensation on the damages caused by accidents. A physical injury can be a physical or psycho...
Author: Rudy Silva
Accident claims

Types Of Accident Claims

29th April 2010
Many people think that personal injury compensation claims are normally made because someone tripped in the street, or because they were hit by another car and sustained whiplash. But there are many different types of accident which could lead to accident...
Author: Jessica Parker
Accident claims

Compensation Claims for Accident at Work

28th April 2010
Accident at work usually occurs due to lack of proper safety and security measures. The standard of safety measures provided by the company may not be up to the mark, thereby creating a situation where the worker is prone to life threatening accidents. In...
Author: Jamie Hanson
Personal Injury

RSI Claims: When should you make an RSI Claim?

06th November 2009
Repetitive strain injury or ‘RSI' is an injury which tends to happen as a result of long-term, repetitive and excessive overuse of the arm. Because the condition can lead to time off work, as well as pain and suffering, it can lead to RSI claims being m...
Author: Jessica Parker
Personal Injury

Office Accidents: Hidden Dangers of Working in an Office

30th August 2009
Over two million people in the UK suffer accidents at work every year, according to HSE statistics. A study by the Labour Force Survey showed that this includes around 300,000 injuries which are serious enough to be reported, representing a rate of on...
Author: Jessica Parker