9th June 2015
If you have decided to make a compensation claim following a personal injury then you may be wondering where to…
Finger injury compensation claims take a variety of forms, from fractures, to partial loss and severe injuries. Damage to the fingers can lead to loss of movement, an inability to use the hand, and complications such as infection. As a result, this personal injury can make a significant impact on a person’s quality of life, making it difficult for people to remain in their current employment, or to continue participating in their favourite activities, and the consequences of this personal injury can lead to emotional problems and psychological distress. Some finger injuries, such as amputations, are impossible to fully recover from, and can cause difficulties and complications well into the future.
While the figures on this page reflect the compensation claim values our personal injury solicitors have secured in actual cases, the overall value of your finger injury claim will be affected by a range of factors and could exceed these estimates. You should also be compensated for your financial losses, including any lost wages or medical bills, as well as your pain and suffering. Other considerations, such as your long-term prognosis and the potential for expensive medical treatment in the future, should also form part of your finger injury compensation.
Therefore, to come up with an accurate assessment of your overall damages, you should speak to our personal injury solicitors. We have handled a huge range of finger injury claims from a variety of settings, including accidents at work and medical negligence claims, so we can give you the skilled and experienced representation you need to succeed in your claim, helping you to receive every penny you are entitled to.
For more information, or to start claiming compensation today, just call us on 08000 430 430. Alternatively, simply fill in our online enquiry form to request a call back.