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Epicondylitis Compensation Claim

Epicondylitis Compensation Claim

Any injuries to your muscles or joints can cause serious problems. In the worst cases, they can prevent you from being able work or drive due to the pain or stiffness they cause. Lateral epicondylitis is a condition which can make daily activities extremely uncomfortable or even impossible. If you’ve suffered any injury that wasn’t your fault, you need to make a claim for epicondylitis compensation.

Here at Tylers Solicitors, we can provide a comprehensive range of no-win, no-fee legal services. Our experts can help you to get the epicondylitis compensation you are entitled to. For more than 10 years, our team has worked to help thousands of people get the compensation they need. If you’ve suffered any injury that wasn’t your fault, get in touch with our solicitors today. The money you receive could be essential in helping you to move on with your life and recovering from your injury.

Our team of no-win, no-fee legal experts can help you to understand if you’re eligible for compensation. We’ll take care to guide you through the entire legal process and help you to get the money you need. If you do have a viable claim, our experienced team will fight on your behalf to get the compensation that you are entitled to.

What is Epicondylitis?

Also known as tennis elbow, epicondylitis is a condition which can cause serious pain and stiffness around the elbow. This can be a painful and irritating condition which can sometimes take many months to fully recover from. This injury can make a serious impact on your life. In some cases, it can prevent you from driving and working. If you aren’t given chance to rest the injury, then you could exacerbate the symptoms and suffer from permanent muscle damage.

If your epicondylitis injury does leave you with long-term complications, you might require surgery. As such, you’d be entitled for epicondylitis compensation for the more serious injuries.

In most cases, you should make a full recovery from epicondylitis. However, during your injury you could undergo a great deal of pain and suffering. These injuries can be a serious issue in your everyday life. If you’ve suffered one of these injuries, then you could be prevented from working, driving or socialising due to the pain.

Over the years, the experienced team at Tylers Solicitors has helped all kinds of people to get the compensation they deserve. We can help you to make successful personal injury claims against the person or business responsible for your injuries. However you sustained the muscle and joint injury, get in touch with our experienced team today. We can help you to understand how viable your claim is and do our best to get you the compensation you need. Whether you suffered your injury at work or elsewhere, our no-win, no-fee team are here for you.

Common Questions Regarding Epicondylitis (Tennis Elbow) Claims in the UK:

How Much Compensation Can I Get for Epicondylitis Claims in the UK?

The amount of compensation that you could receive following a tennis elbow personal injury claim will depend on several factors. The severity and longevity of your injuries are the most important, in addition to the pain and suffering that you’ve been forced to undergo. If you’ve been left with long-term symptoms, for example, you’ll be entitled to a great deal more compensation.

Here at Tylers Solicitors, we can work to help you get the compensation that you are entitled to. The money you receive could be essential when it comes to paying your bills while you are out of work. You’ll also be able to make real changes to your daily life if you’ve been left with long-term injuries. In some cases, physical therapy has been proven to help treat these conditions, so you could also pay for that.

You will also be able to claim for lost wages, or the loss of potential wages, depending on the severity of your injuries. When you choose to work with Tylers, our no-win, no-fee legal experts will help you to understand exactly what you are eligible to claim for.

Types of Epicondylitis (Tennis Elbow) InjuriesDescriptionAmount of Compensation
Short-Term (<2 Years) Tennis ElbowThis epicondylitis will fully resolve itself within two years. This injury may require some minor treatment, including physical therapy, to encourage full recovery. Most cases of epicondylitis will fit this category.Up to £9,575.
Epicondylitis Causing Long-Term Problems.This serious epicondylitis injury can cause long-term problems. This injury may require physical therapy and surgery to complete resolve. It is also possible that the symptoms of this injury will never fully go, resulting in long-term minor pains or stiffness.£9,575 to £24,350.
A Permanent, Disabling Epicondylitis Injury.A tennis elbow injury which cannot be repaired with surgery or physical therapy. These injuries are often accompanied by chronic pain and arm weakness. Stiffness is also extremely common as the muscle has become severely damaged and can no longer be moved normally.£24,350 to £41,675.

What Causes Epicondylitis (Tennis Elbow)?

Tennis elbow is caused by the strenuous overuse of the forearm near the elbow joint. These muscles and tendons can become damaged, stretched or compacted. This can occur when lifting heavy objects. It is a common injury in sports and many industries.

Can I Get Epicondylitis at Work?

Epicondylitis is common in the workplace. If you overstrain on a regular basis – lifting heavy materials, for example – then the likelihood of you developing the injury if increased. You should always follow health and safety standards to avoid any workplace injury.

Will I Ever Get Tennis Elbow from a Traffic Collision?

It is possible to sustain all kinds of muscle injuries from a traffic collision. If too much stress has been placed on your elbow, it is possible that you will suffer from epicondylitis. This can be painful and result in long-term stiffness.

Can I Get Epicondylitis from Typing?

Typing rarely causes epicondylitis, but it is possible. This will depend on the angle and positioning of your keyboard and posture. It is possible for typing to cause similar injuries, including carpal tunnel and golfer’s elbow.

What are the Different Kinds of Epicondylitis?

There are two main kind of epicondylitis, which are:

  • Lateral Epicondylitis – Tennis elbow is caused by inflammation on the outside of the elbow.
  • Medial Epicondylitis – Known as Golfer’s Elbow, this injury is caused by inflammation of muscles/tendons on the elbow’s interior-side.

What are the Symptoms of Tennis Elbow?

There are many irritating and painful symptoms associated with lateral epicondylitis. These include:

  • Pain in Upper Forearm.
  • Pain when Lifting/Bending the Arm.
  • Stiffness when Lifting or Turning Your Arm.
  • Difficulty or Pain when Holding Small Objects.
  • Inability to Fully Extend Your Arm.

Can Epicondylitis Cause Weakness in My Arms?

Epicondylitis can cause weakness in the affected muscles. It can be difficult or painful to lift all kinds of weights. It can be difficult to fully grasp any large or small items. This weakness should gradually disappear as you make a recovery.

Will Epicondylitis Ever Cause Numbness?

You can suffer from numbness or unpleasant tingling in some circumstances. This will occur when the injured muscle traps one or more nerves in you arm. The ulnar nerve is the most common nerve which will become trapped with tennis elbow.

Can Tennis Elbow Lead to Other Illnesses?

Epicondylitis can cause other muscle injuries to develop. For example, you might carry things with different muscles. If you favour some muscles over others, they can become overused and develop muscle injuries of their own. This is known as a “Vicious Cycle”.

Will Epicondylitis Cause Swelling?

Swelling is a common symptom associated with epicondylitis. The injured muscle can often swell when it sustains damage. This can also make your arm more difficult to control, resulting in limited mobility. Inflammation can cause your ulnar nerve to become trapped.

How Long will Epicondylitis (Tennis Elbow) Take to Recover?

You will normally make a full recovery from the injury within a few weeks or months. You should only begin to truly worry if the injury lasts for longer than two years. After this, you may require surgery to resolve the injury.

Who is Most Vulnerable to Epicondylitis?

You don’t have to play tennis to get tennis elbow. Anyone who performs manual handling, works in construction, or types for hours every day is vulnerable to this injury. As such, it is an extremely common injury for employees across the UK.

How Can I Prevent Epicondylitis?

Taking care not to overuse or stress your forearms and elbows is the best way of preventing this injury. Always follow health and safety standards and ensure that you have received training for any lifting you perform. Never overwork your muscles.

Am I Eligible to Claim for Tennis Elbow in the UK?

If you’ve suffered any kind of lateral epicondylitis that wasn’t your fault, get in touch with Tylers Solicitors today. We can help you to make a compensation claim against an employer, former employer or anyone else responsible for your epicondylitis injuries.

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Call Tylers Solicitors for Epicondylitis Compensation and Personal Injury Claims

Here at Tylers Solicitors, our experienced team can provide a complete range of personal injury and accident at work claims. We can help you to get the epicondylitis compensation that you need to move on with your life. Whether you suffered an accident at work or as the result of a traffic collision, get in touch with our team today. Our no-win, no-fee legal experts will help you to understand if you are eligible for compensation in the UK.

Our experienced and professional legal team are able to deliver an unbeatable no-win, no-fee services to suit you. We can help you to get the epicondylitis compensation that you are entitled to following your injury. As these injuries can result in long-term pains and stiffness, you need to get in touch with our team today.

For more information, don’t hesitate to get in touch with our experienced team today. You can reach our no-win, no-fee legal experts by calling us directly on 0800 699 0079. Alternatively, you can utilise our simple online contact form and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.

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