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Vibration White Finger

This can often be linked to hearing loss as the tools used can also be extremely noisy. It is a vascular disorder causing impaired blood circulation and blanching (whitening) of the affected fingers and parts of the hand.

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Vibration White Finger is also known as Raynaud’s phenomenon or HAVS (Hand/Arm Vibration Syndrome).

Symptoms can also include numbness, tingling in hands, reduced strength and sensitivity to temperature.  Raynaud’s phenomenon can also be caused by other factors that are not related to exposure of vibrating tools.  Establishing blame for personal injury will very much depend on the type of tools used and the duration and frequency of exposure. 

It is extremely important that Claimants are aware of when their symptoms began as the onset of symptoms will determine when limitation expires, in other words; when a Claimant is out of time to bring their claim.  In cases of industrial disease, the timescales for bringing a claim are 3 years from the date of knowledge that the condition is work related and factors to be taken into account will be when the condition was thought to be significant, when the connection was made and when a person might reasonably have known.

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