Musculoskeletal Injury Compensation Claim

Musculoskeletal injuries are those which are caused by putting too much strain on our bodies. Athletes – particularly aging ones – find they frequently suffer from injuries to tendons, ligaments and joints from the constant exertion of training and participating in sports. However, when these injuries are caused to a non-athlete by the negligence of another person, it can lead to a claim for musculoskeletal injury compensation.

Risk factors which cause musculoskeletal injuries can be found in almost every type of work. Employers have a duty of care under the Health, Safety and Welfare at Work Act to prevent such injuries by providing a safe environment in which to work and training on how to work safely. Where an employer fails in his responsibility, and you suffer a musculoskeletal injury as a result, you are entitled to make a musculoskeletal injury compensation claim.

Making a Musculoskeletal Injury Compensation Claim

A claim for musculoskeletal injury compensation is usually made to the Injuries Board Ireland and is accompanied by your doctor´s notes explaining in greater depth about your musculoskeletal injury. Nonetheless, it is still a complicated procedure to complete and submit the application form to the Injuries Board for musculoskeletal injury compensation. The best way to ensure that you receive fair and adequate amount of musculoskeletal injury compensation is to obtain the help of an experienced personal injury claims solicitor.

When you have sustained a musculoskeletal injury, you may find that you are unable to work for a considerable amount of time. Even though the injury may have developed over a period of years, it will have now got to the point where it is too painful to do many things, and your doctor will have probably prescribed avoiding whichever activity caused the musculoskeletal injury in the first place. Your solicitor will have to factor into your musculoskeletal injury claim an amount to cover a period of rehabilitation and potential loss of earnings if your employer is unable to provide alternative employment.

Free Musculoskeletal Injury Claims Advice

Other reasons exist why it may be advantageous to you to seek the assistance of a specialised personal injury claims solicitor when making a musculoskeletal injury claim – including  when your employer denies his liability for your musculoskeletal injury or claims that you contributed to your injuries by your own actions. Therefore, we have established a free Musculoskeletal Injury Claims Advice Service which you are invited to call and speak directly to a solicitor if you have recently been diagnosed as having a musculoskeletal injury.

The number to call is 1800 911 940 and our lines are open seven days a week between the hours of 8.00am and 10.00pm. We also operate a call-back service via the contact box at the foot of the page for anybody who would prefer us to call them, or if now is not a convenient time to speak with us. Please note that you are under no obligation to proceed with a claim for musculoskeletal injury compensation once you have spoken to us, and all calls to our free Musculoskeletal Injury Claims Advice Service are completely confidential.

Call us now on 1800 911 940 or if you cannot speak now please fill in the form on the left and we will call you back.

Our Promise to You:

  • 100% Free, confidential consultation with an experienced solicitor
  • 100% Practical and impartial advice to match your circumstances
  • 100% Helpful and resourceful information in clear English
  • 100% No pressure on you to proceed with a musculoskeletal injury compensation claim

What You Can Expect When You Call

Our solicitors have over twenty years experience in assisting people making work related personal injury claims for compensation, and understand that you may be apprehensive about making a musculoskeletal injury compensation claim against an employer for whom you may have been working for a considerable time.

We understand that you may indeed be experiencing a whole range of emotions including anger, concern and sadness about the situation that you find yourself in. We will do our best to answer all your questions and provide you with relevant advice about your options as you explain to us how your musculoskeletal injury was acquired and what medical attention you are receiving.

Wherever possible, we will try to establish whether you have a claim for musculoskeletal injury compensation which is worth your while to pursue, and give you an indication of how much musculoskeletal injury compensation we would anticipate you receive. We will know more, however, once we have spoken with you in greater depth.

We generally conclude the initial conversation by ensuring that we have answered all of your questions and providing a summary of what we have discussed. We will also give you a list of suggestions which you are under no obligation to act upon but might like to consider over the forthcoming days or discuss with family and friends.

There is the potential for your musculoskeletal injury claim to be time-barred if you leave it too long before making a claim so we advise you to call our free Musculoskeletal Injury Claims Advice Service at your earliest possible opportunity. The number again is 1800 911 940, or you are welcome to take advantage of our call-back service by leaving your contact details in the form at the foot of the page.