Oakwood Solicitors

Repetitive Strain
Injury Claims

Our specialist Industrial Disease
Solicitors are here to help you.

  • No-Win, No-Fee.
  • Expert Industrial Disease Solicitors with a proven
    track record.
  • Caring and client-focused.

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Testimonials

Natasha was excellent.

From start to finish she understood my dilemma. She acted very promptly and efficiently. I would have no problem recommending Oakwood and especially Natasha to anyone. Thanks for everything.

- Mick H.

Very happy.

Very happy with the treatment we received from Tim Fieldhouse at Oakwood Solicitors. We were kept informed on a regular basis. Very friendly and informative.

- Anthony Haydon

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Oakwood Solicitors Ltd has a dedicated team of solicitors and legal professionals, specialising in high-value repetitive strain injury (RSI) claims. With a strong reputation for being tough on defendants, we’re sure to recover the compensation you deserve.

What is a Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI)?

RSI is a convenient umbrella term for a category of injuries to the musculoskeletal and nervous systems that can be caused by repetitive tasks, forceful exertions, vibrations, mechanical compression, or sustained or awkward positions.

Can it be caused by work?

Certainly. An RSI can easily be triggered things such as an increase to your workload or the speed at which you have been asked to work.

Could my employer be liable for compensation?

Your employer owes you a duty of care to ensure your safety. If you’ve been diagnosed with an RSI, you could be owed compensation.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is my claim worth?

The value of your claim depends on many factors including the severity of your symptoms. It’s not uncommon for claims to be worth in excess of £10,000.00.

Will it cost me anything?

Your claim would be dealt with under a “no-win-no-fee” agreement. There’s no cost to you if you lose your claim. If your claim is successful, we take 25% of your compensation. It’s that easy.

Why should I choose Oakwood Solicitors Ltd?

Oakwood Solicitors Ltd agrees to work on your Industrial Disease claim on a ‘no-win, no-fee’ basis. If your claim is unsuccessful, you will not be expected to pay us a penny. If you are successful in your claim, we take a percentage of the compensation meaning that the only time we will receive money is if we have brought your claim to a fruitful conclusion.

You will have a dedicated advisor who will see your claim through from start to finish, assisting you in the event of any queries or issues you may have. If it is preferable to you, we are able to assign a female advisor to carry out your claim. Your case handler will also continue to provide regular updates until the conclusion of your claim, ensuring the process is as stress-free and effortless as possible.

What do I do now?

Contact Oakwood Solicitors Ltd and provide us with some details about your suspected Industrial Disease matter. We will then assess the viability of your claim, and there is absolutely no obligation to proceed. You can provide information or get in touch by:

Tim Fieldhouse
Tim Fieldhouse - Solicitor and Head of Industrial Disease

Tim Fieldhouse is a Solicitor and Head of our Industrial Disease department. Tim qualified as a Solicitor in 2005 having trained at national law firm Thompsons solicitors.

With experience in all areas of Personal Injury law, Tim has assisted many people suffering from irreversible hearing loss, hand symptoms and other illnesses that have developed as a direct consequence of work.

Within the Industrial Disease team, Tim is instructed to assist claimants in recovering compensation for illnesses that are a direct consequence of working conditions, sometimes from many decades earlier.

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