In Australia in 2018-2019, there were approximately 15,120 serious injury claims involving hand, thumb, and finger injuries. Of these hand and finger injuries, 1,345 were caused by strain or stress and 6,850 by crushing or being hit by moving objects. The remaining finger and hand injuries were caused by slips, trips, and falls, hitting objects with hands or fingers, or due to other factors.
If you suffer a finger injury at work, you should get in touch with personal injury solicitors from a trusted law firm who are recognized by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. They will help you understand how much compensation you are owed and assist you to file a successful claim.
Smith's compensation lawyers have a No win, No fee, No Catch policy. You can rest assured that if your claim were to present in court, we would wear the cost of an unfavorable outcome. There is no financial risk, and in over 25 years, we have never had a client out of pocket.
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Depending on the type of work you do, there are several ways you can suffer a finger injury. Some of the causes of finger injuries include:
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