Causes Of Repetitive Strain InjuryHave you developed RSI from your job or work?
Causes Of Repetitive Strain Injury
Are you suffering from repetitive strain injury? We can help you make a claim
- Repetitive actions at work
- Pressure onto muscles, tendons and nerves
- Developed RSI
- Suffering pain and discomfort
- Unable to work
- Worried about loss of income
What causes Repetitive Strain Injury?
Repetitive strain injury (RSI) is caused by repeating the same action or movement over and over again within short periods of time. The repeating of the action puts pressure onto the muscles, tendons and nerves and results in pains and aches and in extreme cases in can result in shaking too.The main group of employees who are at risk of developing an RSI are:
- Office workers
- Industrial workers
- Factory workers
- Manual labourers
Claiming your RSI compensation
At Mercury Legal weve helped lots of people just like you to claim RSI compensation. If youve developed a RSI as a result of your work then you could make a claim against your employer. We know that many of our customers worry about making a claim against their employers but speaking to our experts teams will help to reduce your concerns – your employer should always provide checks to ensure your well being within the work environment and will ultimately be covered by their insurance should you make a claim.
Our friendly team can help you make a claim today
Mercury Legal Online will guide you through every step of the legal process and will answer any questions you may have, taking the pain out of the process at a time which may already be stressful and difficult for you.
Our friendly team will do the hard work and form-filling so you dont have to. Simply fill in our compensation claim form and one of our expert advisors will be in touch or if you prefer you can talk directly to someone now by calling our 24hr Mercury Legal helpline on 0800 122 3130, or request a call back – your claim will be dealt with immediately either way.
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