Ulnar Neuropathy Compensation Claims
Some of the common causes of ulnar neuropathy include:
- an illness which damages the ulnar nerve
- an injury to the nerve
- injury to the nearby structures of the nerve which puts pressure on the nerve
- long term pressure on the nerve
Ulnar neuropathy causes a tingling sensation, pain and numbness.
In the UK, it is the responsibility of the employer to protect workers from sustaining any kind of injury. This also includes protecting them from sustaining nerve injuries which can have long term and devastating effects.
Nerve injury cannot be reverted in most cases, and this means that the injury and its effects may last a lifetime.
Workers who perform repetitive tasks at the workplace must be made aware of the potential dangers of repetitive movements and actions. If the employer fails to take the necessary steps to prevent such kinds of injuries, he may be held responsible if an employee develops ulnar neuropathy.
Starting A Ulnar Neuropathy Claim
If you have developed ulnar neuropathy due to the negligence of your employer, we can help you make a No Win No Fee compensation claim.
Injuryclaims.co.uk has specialist solicitors who have vast experience in handling all types of claims arising out of work accidents. If you believe you have an work-related ulnar neuropathy claim, contact us through our online claim form and we will get back to you to discuss your case and answer any questions you may have.