Our client, Sean Atkin, a 24-year-old from Glasgow, contacted Thompsons, through his union Usdaw, as a result of a manual handling injury he sustained while working as a warehouse operative for his employer Tesco on 1 August 2017.
Our client, a welder from Stirlingshire, had been diagnosed with Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS) and believed that he had developed the condition as a result of occupational conditions. He hoped to secure a suitable settlement of work-related vibration injury compensation and was referred to Thompsons through his union.
Our client, a 56-year-old employee of Scottish Water contacted us in October 2018 after experiencing significant and debilitating shoulder pain that he attributed to conditions in his workplace.
Thompsons industrial deafness solicitors were contacted by our client, a 64-year-old Scottish man, as a result of a 2015 appointment with an audiologist in which he was diagnosed with noise-induced hearing loss and tinnitus.
We were contacted by Stephen Black, a 46-year-old from Kirkcaldy, Fife, via his union, UNISON, in relation to an injury he sustained in a manual handling work accident which occurred on 12 May 2017. Our client was working as a refuse collector for Resource Efficient Solutions at the time of the incident.