9th June 2015
If you have decided to make a compensation claim following a personal injury then you may be wondering where to…
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Elbow injury claims can arise following a huge range of accidents. Some of the claims our personal injury solicitors have dealt with include slips, trips and falls, road traffic accidents, manual handling injuries, workplace accident claims, criminal injuries claims and sporting accidents.
While most elbow injury compensation cases involve mild personal injuries, in some cases they can be severe. Claimants can face long-term difficulties, including nerve damage, difficulty moving or paralysis of the affected limb, although most people have a good prognosis and will not experience any significant loss of movement or function.
Most elbow injury claims relate to fractures or tennis elbow, but there are a range of important nerves and tendons in the elbow. Damage to these can require major surgery and claimants might never recover from their injury.
The figures on this page are a guide only, and the value of your arm injury compensation claim will depend on a range of different factors. These include loss of earnings, any future potential losses, the cost of rehabilitation and other medical treatments, and the pain and suffering experienced by claimants. Some claimants experience psychological problems and long-term difficulties, and the value of their personal injury claim will include these factors.
Therefore, you will need to speak to elbow injury compensation claims solicitors to find out how much your specific claim is worth. You should use a solicitor with experience in claims just like yours, giving you the best possible chance of success.
The team at Clearwater Solicitors have handled all kinds of personal injury claims and have the skills and experience you need for your case. To start making a claim and receiving all the money you’re entitled to, just call us on 08000 430 430 or fill in our online enquiry form.