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Work related nerve damage

Having an accident at work can be life-changing and it can affect your future career prospects. If an accident at work has left you with nerve damage and the accident was not your fault, then you may be able to claim for workplace nerve damage compensation. Our expert accident at work solicitors are on your side and will help you get the compensation that you are entitled to.

Whether you are experiencing chronic pain, paralysis, muscle weakness, loss of balance or numbness and tingling, we understand this can not only have an impact on the type of work you can do but also on your quality of life outside of your career.

At Stephensons, we understand the impact work-related nerve damage can have, this is why our Legal 500 recommended personal injury lawyers will be at your side throughout your case. If you have suffered nerve damage due to a work accident, then contact us today on 0161 696 6235.

 

Workplace nerve damage compensation

Nerve damage can be very serious and in some cases can cause severe pain and even disability. If your nerve damage was caused by an accident at work, then we can help you get the compensation you need to start to move on with your life, after a potentially life-changing accident. As a team of solicitors with years of experience in work-related nerve injury, we will always aim to get the maximum amount of compensation for your situation. This is so you can access private medical treatment, rehabilitation and help in the home, if needed. Typically, compensation is calculated by taking into consideration several factors which include:

  • The severity of the injury
  • The treatment or rehabilitation that is needed and for how long
  • Loss of earnings – this can include time taken off work, not being able to work again or having to change career due to the injury and this impacting on your earnings
  • Loss of enjoyment
  • Out of pocket expenses

Getting the right amount of compensation can make all the difference to your quality of life and it can help you move on from what has happened. Also, if appropriate, we can ask for an interim payment so you can access much-needed treatment whilst also helping you to stay financially afloat.

If you’re worried about the costs associated with hiring a work accident solicitor, we’re pleased to say that, at Stephensons, our work accident solicitors work on a no win, no fee basis, so there is no financial risk to you, if your claim is unsuccessful. If you have suffered from workplace nerve damage, then contact us on 0161 696 6235. Our team of professionals will handle your case in a sympathetic manner and we’ll always offer you the best legal advice possible for your situation.

If you are worried about bringing a claim against your employer, don't be. All employers will have insurance to cover such a claim and it is unlikely this will be coming out of the company's accounts. Also, legally, your employer cannot fire you for making a claim and if you are experiencing problems at work then contact one of our specialist employment solicitors. Please do not let this concern stop you from getting the compensation that you deserve.

Nerve damage due to medical mistakes

Nerve damage does not only happen in workplace accidents. Nerve damage can also occur due to mistakes in surgery or other medical treatment. If you have suffered nerve damage due to medical negligence, then contact our expert medical negligence solicitors. Nerve damage can have a devastating impact not only on your life, but the lives of those around you, so please don’t suffer in silence. Claim justice with Stephensons, today.

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Workplace nerve damage claims FAQs

Whatever level of work-related nerve damage you have suffered our expert personal injury solicitors can help you get the compensation you deserve. We are recognised in the Legal 500, accredited by the Law Society and we are proud members of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers. So, you can rest assured that we have the knowledge and expertise to bring your case to a successful conclusion. Contact us today on 01616 966 229 to discuss your case.

Can I make a work-related nerve damage claim?

Yes, it is possible to make a work-related nerve damage claim, if the accident was not your fault. To start your claim, call our work accident solicitors and we will listen to your story and determine if you have a claim or not. If you do have a claim, we will start to gather evidence to prove your claim. You will also need to see an independent medical expert who will assess the damage your nerve injuries have caused, and they will also determine what your future treatment and rehabilitation will be. With this information, we can begin to calculate the amount of compensation we will ask for.

How much compensation will I get for work-related nerve damage?

The amount of compensation you may get for work-related nerve damage will depend on your unique case. As mentioned above, many factors come into play when it comes to calculating compensation. However, for a rough idea of what you may get, take a look at our personal injury compensation calculator.

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