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Carpal tunnel syndrome is a kind of repetitive strain injury. Those who suffer from carpal tunnel syndrome are regularly awoken due to pain in their hands.
Carpal tunnel syndrome is caused by compression of a nerve called the ‘median nerve’. This nerve controls the sensation and movement within the hand. The nerve runs through a passage on the palm side of your wrist called the ‘carpal tunnel’ and that’s why this condition is called carpal tunnel syndrome.
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome can be caused by:-
If you are suffering from carpal tunnel syndrome, you can file for a compensation claim. The negligence of a third person must be proved to claim the compensation. You should first reach out to an expert Personal Injury Lawyer who will help you decide the amount of compensation claim, collect evidence, and filing the process. The following negligence must be proved:
Yes, there are several tests one can see CTS involving examination of the arm, neck, wrist, hand, and fingers. They include the following;
There are two specific forms of compensation relevant to private injury and carpal tunnel syndrome claims. General damages can be like mental trauma, Pain, and Life-changing injuries.
While each carpal tunnel claim would be treated on a case-by-case basis there are guidelines that cover compensation amounts for carpal tunnel syndrome injuries.
The compensation amount can vary further depending on the following circumstances:-
So, if the damages are short term, then the compensation will be lesser. However, if damages are long term or permanent, then the compensation can go considerably higher
Our personal injury solicitors are very friendly and help estimate the compensation amount to be claimed after assessing the damage incurred. We offer NO Win No Fee and we charge a fee only if you win the compensation claim and only from your compensation amount. So, we take your entire headache away without putting you under any financial burden. Our personal injury lawyers are just a call away and can be reached out anytime during work hours.
So, If you are suffering from carpal tunnel syndrome, feel free to call us at 0203 603 7712