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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Compensation Claim

In medical terms, the wrist is referred to as the carpal and the carpal tunnel is the narrow channel which is formed by the small bones in the wrist. The carpal tunnel is covered by a ligament known as the flexor retinaculum. There are also tendons which run down through this tunnel. There is also the median nerve which is responsible for controlling movement of the thumb and carrying information from the thumb to the brain.

Since the carpal tunnel is extremely narrow, any kind of swelling or trauma to the wrist can put pressure on the median nerve. This can interfere with the nerve impulses and cause carpal tunnel syndrome.

Knowing the symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome can help prevent further damage and aid in recovery. Common symptoms of the condition include:

  • pain
  • tingling and numbness in the palms, fingers and thumb
  • cold hands
  • loss of sensation
  • loss of feeling in one or more fingers
  • difficulty using hands

Legal Help With Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Claim solicitors handle all work accident claims with compassion and also ensure that your claim is started without any hassle and inconvenience to you. We work on a 100% risk free No Win No Fee basis and also offer a 100% compensation guarantee.

So if you have developed carpal tunnel syndrome due to the negligence of your employer, contact us today and we will advise you on how to put up a carpal tunnel syndrome compensation claim.

Feel free to contact our work accident compensation claim solicitors through our online claim form.