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Are you suffering from any of the following symptoms to one or more of your fingers, and or to your hands and arms?
If you have answered yes to any of the above and have been using vibrating power tools at work for a while, or maybe have been holding or working with machinery that vibrates, then you could be suffering from Vibration White Finger or Hand-Arm Vibration Syndrome as it is now known and may be entitled to make a claim for compensation.
Please do not be concerned that you may have not yet been to your doctors, the majority of our enquiries are from clients that have not yet sought a diagnosis. Our expert solicitors can normally ascertain from your symptoms, length of exposure and machinery used, whether a claim for compensation is viable. We are more than happy to answer any of your questions. To find out whether you can pursue a claim for compensation, please call our Industrial Disease Department on free phone 0800 169 9890.
The prolonged exposure to vibratory machinery of significant intensity may result in contracting Vibration White Finger/HAVS. The following are examples of typical machinery;
Stripes Solicitors are recommended by the Legal 500 as one of the leading law firms and our Industrial Disease Solicitors have many years of experience in successfully bringing about compensation for Vibration White Finger sufferers. We will be able to advise you as to whether you have a viable claim and answer any queries you may have concerning the process. Our success and reputation has been built on our levels of success and providing a personal service, to this end we will travel to see you at your home and keep you well informed on the progress of your case.
If you or someone you know has symptoms of vibration white finger/HAVS and have been exposed to vibratory machinery at work, please call Stripes Solicitors on free phone 0800 169 9890 and speak with one of our expert solicitors or alternatively complete the claims form, we look forward to hearing from you.
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