Carpal tunnel syndrome claims

Carpel Tunel Syndrome is a combination of parasthesia (pins and needles) numbness and pain affecting all over the hand except the little finger and half of the main finger. This can be caused by a pressure on the median nerve that passes through the wrist which can result from continuous repetitive movements of the hand such as using a keyboard. As you have suffered CTS as a result of repetitive work practices you may be entitled to claim compensation against your current or previous employer.