How Much Can I Claim?

See how much you can claim for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Call 0800 122 3130 about a claim for compensation

We understand that before you start any claim you’d want to know how much compensation you will get for your Carpal Tunnel Syndrome claim.  As every case is different it is difficult to give you a precise amount that you will be able to get for your carpal tunnel.  Even so we’ll check with previous cases in order to ascertain roughly how much you could be given in compensation.

The best way to find how much you might be able to receive in compensation would be to use our compensation calculator. This calculator is a guide only, but will provide you with a fair idea of how much compensation you’ll be able to receive.

Will my claim cost me anything?

The way personal injury claims are now funded and paid for has changed under the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act. The act dramatically changed the amount of legal fees that solicitors can recover from the losing party, and significantly changed the process of ‘no win no fee’ that solicitors have used for many years to make sure that victims of negligence receive their rightful damages.

Under the new rules we’ll carry on and fight for the legal rights of those injured or hurt through no fault of their own, with no risk to yourself. The latest rules can be confusing and hard to understand but be assured that once you speak to us you’ll not be asked to pay any money whatsoever in advance, and even if your case is not successful by no fault of your own, you’ll never be asked to pay out anything to us.

Why Should You Claim Claim for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

Developing Carpal Tunnel because of your job can be a frustrating. It may well you stop you performing normal duties at work which can affect your performance at work. If you have pre-existing CTS the job you do may make the symptoms more painful and debilitating to live with.

We have helped sufferers who’ve worked in jobs that require repetitive hand movements, such as on assembly lines and sewing factories. An employer in the UK, has a responsibility of care to protect their employees from side effects of their work. If an employee’s health and safety is neglected or a pre-existing condition is exacerbated, whether in their current job or with a previous company, sufferers may be entitled to claim for compensation for their carpal tunnel. Our expert occupational disease and injuries team of solicitors understand the affect that carpal tunnel has on their quality of life and ability to work. This is why if we take on a claim for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, we make sure we get as much compensation as possible, as quickly as possible.

Start your claim today. Complete a claim form online and we will call you back to discuss your case and see if you will be eligible to make a claim for compensation. But hurry – time limits apply and you have only three years in which to bring a claim for compensation.

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CTS Glossary


Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) occurs when pressure on the median nerve inside the carpal tunnel (or canal) causes pain, numbness, weakness in your fingers, hand and wrist.


The Carpal Tunnel

The carpal tunnel a passage in the wrist through which the median nerve and tendons travel to the hand. It is connect to the base of the wrist to the middle of the palm.


Median Nerve

The Median Nerve is a major nerve to the hand that controls the index finger, thumb and ring-finger.


Repetitive Strain Injuries

Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSI) is a general term for disorders that occur from prolonged, repetitious use of the hands which results in pain, numbness and weakness in the wrist, fingers and hand.

Have Carpal Tunnel?

Do you have Carpal Tunnel Syndrome or find that your job has made your CTS worse? Call 08001223130 to see if you can claim compensation. Alternatively complete our claim form to see if you are eligible.


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